Australian Government to exempt Chinese visa norms

December 18, 2014
Australian Government to exempt Chinese visa rules

Australia government has all set to relax visa norms this month for Chinese travelers as the initial round of candidates’ trial pilot plan.

The new online visa request regime that has been initiated in December month is targeted at keeping Australia in the sport, where all countries across the world look forward to compete for a swiftly enhancing and worthwhile tourist market of China.

This is only to uphold the country’s best position in Chinese tourists market and investment, and is only a part of extensive plan, according to trade Minister Andrew Robb.

As per the tourism ministry of China, the anticipated outbound Chinese travelers count to Australia has gone beyond 100 million in the quarter to November. The number of outgoing tourists’ trips to ‘Oceania’ has accounted only to 1.1%. By 2020 the outgoing Chinese tourist count is anticipated to rise to 200 million. 

Few of the businessmen of Australia are particular about the visa norms as well as the NSW investment and trade. 

In the month of February, a multiple entry visa was launched for Chinese business tourists and now the Australian government is planning to introduce a new SmartGate assessment, as a fast-track arrival program for Chinese. 

As per the tourism research of Australia, it was found that the investment on Chinese tourists has grown to 16 % to $5.4 billion in the quarter closure of September.

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