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  • Ski resorts tap into Chinese wealth
  • Ski resorts tap into Chinese wealth
    Ski&Style (2014) ©
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Ski resorts tap into Chinese wealth

Snow-capped mountain peaks, breath-taking views and winter sports have become cornerstones of the luxury holiday market, but China has yet to catch on. Ski resorts across the globe are vying for the affections of Chinese globe-trotters and attempting to change their perspective.

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