10 Tips for Managing Your Accommodation Needs in China’s Smaller Cities

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As China continues its march towards becoming the world's largest economy, some experts believe it could surpass the United States to claim the number one spot before 2030. Much of this growth is taking place in China's smaller towns and cities, as businesses – both Chinese companies and global multinationals – discover new opportunities for expansion.

Business travelers are finding themselves visiting more far-flung parts of the country, with tier-3 and 4 cities like Putian, Weihai and Rizhao seeing double-digit growth in business travel. For corporate travel managers, this means they are forced to expand their hotel programs to include lesser-known locations – and accommodation providers with which they might not be familiar.

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