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  • HuiZuChe rents cars to Chinese tourists
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HuiZuChe rents cars to Chinese tourists

Nearly 100 million tourists left China to go on holiday in 2013, and the number is set to rise in the future. This foreign holiday boom has seen start-ups launch to cater to this demographic - including HuiZuChe, which provides foreign car rental to Chinese nationals.

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