Ctrip.com International reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter results late Thursday and predicted its best revenue growth in years, sending its stock higher in after-hours trading. Ctrip reported an adjusted loss of 26 cents a share - or an 11-cent loss excluding stock compensation. Either way, it topped Wall Street forecasts of a 28-cent loss. Revenue rose 30% to $308.4 million. In local currency, revenue rose 33%, higher than Ctrip's forecast of 30%. "Our main business lines demonstrated strong momentum," said Chairman and CEO James Liang. "Accommodation reservation and transportation ticketing services reached 53% and 102% year-over-year volume growth respectively." Get the full story at Investor's Business Daily and Ctrip