Sanya intensifies crackdown on commercial bribery in tourism market
A special team and an administrative office have been set up to supervise the tourism stakeholders’ practices and the operations of both large and private tourism enterprises in order to better regulate the market.
The campaign will focus on seafood stalls, restaurants, jewelry stores, fruit shops, speciality shops, scenic spots, enterprises offering sea water sports, hotels, travel agencies and taxis.
According to the Provincial Commerce Bureau, any tourist shopping site found making profits by paying high kickbacks to tour guides who bring visitors will be severely punished.
The complaint hotline ‘12345’ has opened where consumers’ complaints will be handled in a timely manner.