Travelers to Get Insurance
Travelers will get insurance bought by travel agents who arrange their trips, according to the new regulations China will enact from September, today's eastday.com reported.
The one-year term liability insurance will cover deaths, medical expenses and losses of or damages to the luggage that occur during the tour.
The minimum indemnity is 80,000 yuan (US$9,673) for each traveler on domestic tours, and 160,000 yuan on overseas routes.
The ceiling for compensation for each single case and for a travel company's annual total is 2 million yuan for domestic-route-only operators and 4 million yuan for international service providers.
The insurance should be bought from insurers that operate liability business in mainland China, the regulations state.
-- source: gochinago
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