Taking Off

Flannery, Russell
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/29/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p39
The article features on Ctrip, one of the world's fastest growing travel market, which is located in China. The company is pictured as the Chinese version of U.S. travel site Expedia. Min Fan, chief executive officer (CEO) in Ctrip, forecasts the success of the company by doubling its annual sales for the next few years. Fan added that the company is planning to expand its traveling business both in local and international.


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