In a move to boost tourism and trade, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) cabinet in Abu Dhabi has adopted a decision to grant visas for Chinese visitors upon arrival.
UAE prime minister and ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum made the decision known on Sunday, according to local media.
As a global tourism hub, Dubai is not left out on the effects of global economic crisis.
Recent economic slides in Russia and some Brexit nations has been a hard hit on UAE’s earnings from tourism, and the emirates is looking forward to enlarging its number of visitors from other countries
Last year Dubai welcomed 450,000 Chinese tourists, an increase of 29% from the previous year.