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Reduction of the tourist flow from the Jewish Autonomous Region to China: tangible consequences of currency games

While maintaining the level of cargo turnover between the Jewish Autonomous Region and China through the customs checkpoint in Amurzet village, the partnership interaction in the tourism sector suffers significant losses: the flow of individuals leaving for the Middle Kingdom has greatly decreased recently.

According to Vasily Beketov, the head of the Amurzet checkpoint, this state of affairs is observed because it became unprofitable for Russians to visit the neighboring side due to the depreciation of the ruble in the foreign exchange market.

It is important to note that in this case both partners miss the benefit. Then it becomes clear statements by the authorities of the PRC about readiness to support the liquidity of the national Russian currency.

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