Change New Zealand to appeal more to Chinese visitors or to diversify.

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Marketing/change for Chinese visitors or diversifying to other nationalities. Tourism within New Zealand adds up to 20% of our foreign exchange earnings. With visitors coming to New Zealand set to quickly grow as the Chinese visitors overtake Australian visitors as biggest spenders. Although visitor numbers are increasing, spending is decreasing, this is because at the moment quantity is over quality. Quantity (Lots of people, usually lower/middle class students or people on their OE who don't spend much and who cost more than they spend), Quality (Visitors who spend more, stay longer and who come in off-seasons, usually spend more than they cost).

D: Spend money on infrastructure and tourism to satisfy Chinese visitors needs.
D': Spend money on infrastructure and tourism to appeal to a more diverse range of visitors.
B: Ensure New Zealand has a constantly strong relationship with China
C: Ensure New Zealand will have a wide range of cultures and an ever increasing tourism industry
A: Profit (Visitors spend more than they cost, quality over quantity visitors)
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In order to Profit (Visitors spend more than they cost, quality over quantity visitors) I must Ensure New Zealand has a constantly strong relationship with China and in order to Ensure New Zealand has a constantly strong relationship with China I must Spend money on infrastructure and tourism to satisfy Chinese visitors needs.. But, in order to Profit (Visitors spend more than they cost, quality over quantity visitors) I must also Ensure New Zealand will have a wide range of cultures and an ever increasing tourism industry and in order to Ensure New Zealand will have a wide range of cultures and an ever increasing tourism industry I must Spend money on infrastructure and tourism to appeal to a more diverse range of visitors.. I can't both Spend money on infrastructure and tourism to satisfy Chinese visitors needs. and Spend money on infrastructure and tourism to appeal to a more diverse range of visitors..
RelationAssumption(s)Injection(s)
D-D'1.The resources allocated to each sector are not enough to provide for both.
2. The strain on New Zealand taxpayers could be to high and cause boycotting.
1. An increase in government funding to the tourism and infrastructure sectors will increase both Chinese and International visitors.
2. The Government could take out a loan and not increase taxes.
B-D1. Not spending money on infrastructure in New Zealand may jeopardize the China/New Zealand trade deals
2. Not spending money for China's benefit may harm future relations between China and New Zealand
1. and 2. Spend money on the infrastructure to please China
C-D'1. Promoting to all countries may cause strife between other countries as they may not good relations (eg. visitors from USA and North Korea)
2. Not focusing on the largest, increasing visitor country may jeopardize future visitor numbers
1. Bar some countries from visiting New Zealand, as to stop tension between countries, and save money in New Zealand for resolving these conflicts.
2. Focus on both China and International visitors needs equally.
A-B1. Chinese visitors are not big spenders
2. Chinese visitors are not accustomed to New Zealand standards
3. Chinese visitors don't spend the most compared to Australians
1. Aim to satisfy the needs of upper-middle class Chinese visitors not lower classes.
2. Chinese visitors need to go through 'exams' to drive and have background checks.
3. Appeal to higher class visitors.
A-C1. International visitors may have culture clashes
2. International visitors are unpredictable
3. Large portions of visitors are from European countries doing their OE's and costing more than they spend
2. Do thorough background checks, mental health checks and availability of funds check.
3. Limit the freedom camping and increase policing of the younger travelers