The election of a new, less China-centric government in Taiwan saw swift reaction from China with the Chinese government quickly discouraging group tours to Taiwan. The move led to a drastic decline in overall group arrival numbers and an overall decline in arrival numbers in 2017.
Inbound arrivals in Taiwan is expected to post more moderate growth at a 5% CAGR than what was seen over the review period. Much of this growth is anticipated to be supported by increasing numbers of independent travellers. The decline in Chinese tourist numbers is expected to be an overall hiccup, with independent tourists from China continuing to visit Taiwan and grow.
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