Vietnam details plan for Chinese tourist cars in border town

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Chinese cars drive through the Mong Cai Border Gate in Vietnam's Quang Ninh Province. Photo credit: Dan Tri Chinese cars drive through the Mong Cai Border Gate in Vietnam's Quang Ninh Province. Photo credit: Dan Tri

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Chinese tourist cars will be allowed to travel to and stay in Mong Cai Town in Vietnam's northern province of Quang Ninh for three days but the trip has to be organized by a designated Vietnamese company, according to the Ministry of Transport.
Hong Gai Tourism and Services JSC is currently the sole company that can organize such trips, local media reported, citing the ministry.
The company must have a car to lead the group when they travel within the town. It can only take one group of tourists in at a time.
Traffic violations will be handled in accordance with Vietnam’s Traffic Law and relevant international agreements.
The details were announced after Quang Ninh Province in January obtained the government’s approval for its plan to receive tourist cars of up to nine seats from Dongxing City in China’s Guangxi Province. The plan will be implemented on a trial basis in the first year. 

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