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The China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) is the Chinese government authority responsible for the development of tourism in the country. The CNTA is subordinate to the State Council. Its headquarters are in Beijing, with regional branches in various provinces.

CNTA does not have the authority of a full department within the Chinese government to enforce regulations but in other respects it acts as a ministry. Provincial CNTA offices in each Chinese province report to the central HQ in Beijing. CNTA has several overseas offices called CNTO (China National Tourism Offices) that are charged with promoting tourism to China. In Europe, there are CNTO offices in London and Paris.

CNTA is unique as a tourism office in that it is also responsible for controlling the outflow of tourists from China abroad.

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