For, the yuan's descent against the greenback is unlikely to hurt the market for outbound trips of Chinese tourists, experts said. Although local currency exchange rates matter in trips to all destinations, not just the United States, it's the dollar-yuan rate that has implications for other rates. But, given the yuan's internationalization, reasonable fluctuations in currency exchange rates are to be expected, and should not cause undue concern, said Jiang Yiyi, director of the International Tourism Development Institute, which operates under the aegis of the China Tourism Academy. She said the yuan's current weakness had only a marginal effect on Chinese tourists' purchasing power abroad. "The impact is minor." Get the full story at China Daily