Why are Chinese tourists avoiding trips to the U.S.?

Chinese tourists take photographs of themselves outside of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York, July 8, 2015.  REUTERS/Lucas Jackson  - GF10000152773

The number of Chinese visitors stateside is waning—due to geopolitical pressures Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Natasha Frost
Reporter, Quartz
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