China wants to become a more attractive cruise destination


China aims to enhance its position as a cruise destination by simplifying the resupply process for international cruise ships in its ports.

Prime Minister Li Qiang has signed a State Council decree, effective June 1, to ease regulations and support the cruise industry’s growth, as reported by Xinhua.

These new rules apply to both foreign cruise ships and Chinese vessels on international routes, ensuring the protection of cruise companies’ rights while mandating compliance with Chinese laws.

The goal is to open up the country and foster high-quality development in the cruise sector.

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Narjiss Ghajour

Editor-in-Chief of Maritime Professionals
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