The number of Chinese visitors to France
The number of Chinese visitors to France has jumped more than 23 percent Figures released this week by the tourism arm of the French government, DGCIS came amid accusations that the rules on visas for the Chinese to come to Britain as "colonial" and cost the country up to £ 5 million per day.
The number of Chinese visitors to France has jumped more than 23 percent last year, according to new data, the latest sign of the country ranked third in the UK in order to attract buyers of Asian values. France remains the largest tourist destination in 2012, with 83 million foreign visitors, making a total of € 35.8 billion (£ 31 billion euros) of revenue.
Britain was ranked seventh in the league table of tourism, with slightly less than 30 million foreign visitors