AP Business Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington, D.C., has dangled hotel discounts tied to the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Arizona has promoted its outdoor attractions to draw visitors during another popular Chinese holiday.
San Francisco has expanded its social media presence on Chinese apps to market year-round travel to millennial tourists.
Across the country, the U.S. tourism industry is trying to counter one of the casualties of the trade war with China that is still raging despite a temporary truce this month: A drop in the flow of affluent Chinese visitors to the U.S. As the conflict has dragged on for 15 months with no meaningful breakthrough, the travel industry is trying to minimize the damage.
It has good reason. An enlarged Chinese middle class has become a lucr