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China wants to become a more attractive cruise destination

China wants to strengthen its position as a cruise nation by making it easier to supply international cruise ships in Chinese ports.

In order to become more attractive for international cruise ships, China has adapted its regulations for supplying ships calling at the country’s ports. [ds_preview]

According to the Xinhua news agency, Chinese Prime Minister Li Qiang has signed a State Council decree aimed at making it easier to supply international cruise ships in Chinese ports. The regulations, which come into force on 1 June of this year, are intended to “promote the opening-up of the country and push forward the high-quality development of the cruise industry”, it says.

The regulations apply to both foreign cruise ships and Chinese ships travelling on international routes when they purchase the supplies and services required for their operations in Chinese ports.

They promise to protect the legitimate rights of international cruise companies and related goods and service providers, while urging them to comply with Chinese laws and regulations, Li Qiang said.

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