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Vladivostok waiting on tourism windfall with Russia’s new e-visa

Russia’s new e-visa system has attracted almost 2,000 visitors to Vladivostok in six weeks, which isn’t enough to significantly boost tourism spending, but operators in the city say they are encouraged by the numbers so far. China applicants made up almost half of users, followed by Japanese for the single entry e-visa that can be […]

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