China's State-owned tourism giants merge
BEIJING - China's State-asset watchdog said Monday the China International Travel Service (CITS) is no longer under its supervision as it has merged with another State-owned travel company.
Approved by the State Council, CITS is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the China National Travel Service (HK), the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (CSRC) said in a statement.
"The CITS is no longer under the CSRC's supervision," the statement said.
China National Travel Service (HK) Group is a leading travel group engaging in tourism, industrial investment, real estate development and logistics.
(Xinhua), added at 7/12/2016
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