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In China, the decline in the number of Russian tourists in the border Heihe
China has noted a decrease in the number of Russian tourists in the border Heihe. According to the Xinhua News Agency, “The fall in the exchange rate of the Russian ruble negatively affects the Sino-Russian cross-border tourism».
According to the agency, the Chinese border town of Heihe markedly reduced the number of Russian tourists, and the export of goods declined. «At the Heihe border checkpoint one can see only a small number of Russians arriving in China"- noted in the PRC.
Devaluation of the ruble led to a depression in the tourist market, they said representatives of travel agencies in Heihe city. «Export of Chinese enterprises is gradually decreasing and is likely to decrease by at least one third», - said Cheng Ruilin, director of the freight forwarding company of Heihe City.
If at the beginning of this year, one US dollar was worth about 32 rubles, now the cost of one fluctuates around 42 rubles.