With Or Without Foreigners, Tourism Grows In Tibet

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BEIJING (AP) -- Tibet is seeing a boom in Chinese visitors, meaning that the government's latest ban on foreigners following self-immolation protests against Beijing's rule has barely dented the region's tourism industry....

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