Hotels.com, who came to China in 2009, is looking to expand in the ever-growing Chinese online travel market, the company's Asia Pacific vice president said Wednesday. "There is quite a lot of space for several players in China's market, and we have our unique strengths," Johan Svanstrom, vice president and managing director of Hotels.com Asia Pacific Region, told the Global Times. "The total travel market in China is worth $60 -65 billion; however, only 7-8 percent is online. In the US, the online proportion of the travel market is 55-60 percent and it's 40 percent in Europe," he said. Get the full story at the Global Times