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China's National Day Holiday Expected to Boost Tourism

By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday -October 1 marks the beginning of the week-long National Day holidays, one of the most important Chinese holidays along with the Labor Day and Spring Festival. Since it can be up to 10 day holiday, it is expected to serve as a driving force to stimulate domestic demand and promote industries related to tourism and leisure.
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