Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: China Looks to Curb Tourism Kickbacks (VOA)

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China is looking to stop low-cost vacation tours that force tourists into costly stores. The tourists buy the tours at reduced prices, but then they are expected to make costly purchases at stores while on the trip. The stores then give money back to the travel company that sold the low-cost trip. Sometimes, these agreements lead to conflict between tour guides and tourists. China’s National Tourism Administration says it is looking at possible fines for tourists that buy the discounted trips. In the past, China has fined the travel companies that offer the trips. But that action did not reduce the number of tourists tricked into going to expensive shops. The Chinese tourism officials say they hope that fining tourists will stop this kind of discounted travel. The new plan follows the recent death of a 54-year-old tourist in Hong Kong. Chinese officials said the man from mainland China was beaten near a jewelry store last week. He reportedly died of a heart attack he suffered during the beating. The reports also said the tourist was trying to stop a fight between tourists and tour guides. The guides reportedly were angered when the tourists refused to make purchases at the jewelry store. In many countries, including the United States, tour buses commonly stop at souvenir shops and gift stores. These shops mainly market to visitors. The goods for sale are often over-priced and of poor quality.

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