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1 Travel and Tourism in New Zealand Customer Service Hotline: Page 1 of 17

2 一 调研说明中商情报网全新发布的 Travel and Tourism in New Zealand 主要依据国家统计局 国家发改委 商务部 中国海关 国务院发展研究中心 行业协会 工商 税务 海关 国内外相关刊物的基础信息以及行业研究单位等公布和提供的大量资料, 结合深入的市场调研资料, 由中商情报网的资深专家和研究人员的分析 首先, 报告对本行业的特征及国内外市场环境进行描述, 其次, 对本行业的上下游产业链, 市场供需状况及竞争格局等进行了细致的详尽剖析, 接着报告中列出数家该行业的重点企业, 并分析相关经营财务数据 最后, 对该行业未来的发展前景, 投资风险及投资策略给出科学的建议 本报告是行业生产 贸易 经销等企业在激烈的市场竞争中洞察市场先机, 根据市场需求及时调整经营策略, 为战略投资者选择恰当的投资时机和公司领导层做战略规划提供了准确的市场情报信息及科学的决策依据 报告名称 Travel and Tourism in New Zealand 出版日期 May/2011 报告格式 PDF 电子版或纸介版 交付方式 发送或 EMS 快递 中文价格 印刷版 0 元 电子版 0 元 中文印刷版 + 电子版 0 元 订购热线 二 报告目录 About this report : This market report provides market trend and market growth analysis of the Travel and Tourism indus try in New Zealand. With this market report, you ll be able to explore in detail the changing shape and potential of the industry. You will now be able to plan and build strategy on real industry data and pro jections. The Travel and Tourism in New Zealand market research report includes: Analysis of key supply-side and demand trends Detailed segmentation Customer Service Hotline: Page 2 of 17

3 Historic volumes and values, company and brand market shares Five year forecasts (of market share, market trends, market growth) Robust and transparent market research methodology, conducted in-country Our market research reports answer questions such as: What is the market size of Travel and Tourism in New Zealand? What are the major brands in New Zealand? What are the major brands in New Zealand? Why buy this report? Gain competitive intelligence about market leaders Track key industry trends, opportunities and threats Inform your marketing, brand, strategy and market development, sales and supply functions Each report is delivered with the following components: Report: PDF and Word Market statistics: Excel workbook Sample Analysis EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Rebounding tourism flows boost growth Employment levels in New Zealand began to increase in 2010 as the labour market gradually recovere d from the effects of the global economic recession. Consequently, improved consumer and business c onfidence stimulated both inbound and outbound travel in New Zealand. The strong performance of th e New Zealand dollar and the proliferation of lowcost airfares prompted New Zealanders to travel overseas, particularly to Australia. International arriv als also rose with renewed demand from Japanese and Chinese visitors as Asian travellers ventured to New Zealand once again following the uncertainty of the H1N1 influenza pandemic in Domesti c tourism patterns reversed in comparison with 2009 as more New Zealanders found outbound travel more affordable. Demand for cruises increased in 2010 following the slowdown in 2009 while the incr ease in international visitors attributed to the surge in hotel bed nights. IRB Rugby World Cup 2011 set to be the biggest event ever held in New Zealand The IRB Rugby World Cup is set to take place in New Zealand during September Accommodati on and transport providers were already experiencing a steady stream of advance bookings throughout Demand was sourced primarily from Australia, the UK, France, South Africa and Italy. Ticket s ales for world cup matches have so far been strong and a trend has been noticed whereby New Zealan Customer Service Hotline: Page 3 of 17

4 ders living overseas purchased tickets in support of the iconic New Zealand national rugby team the A ll Blacks, whereas a number of immigrants living in New Zealand are more interested in supporting th eir home country s rugby team. Accommodation prices were levied above normal rates as operators at tempted to capitalise on the increased demand. Many international visitors utilised travel agencies and tour operators in order to book special rugby tour packages which include tickets to a range of matche s. Tourism New Zealand announced that it would also be holding the REAL New Zealand Festival, w hich will run simultaneously with the Rugby World Cup in 2011, giving tourists an inside look into N ew Zealand s food and wine, culture, heritage, business and arts and crafts. The Rugby World Cup an d the REAL New Zealand Festival are expected to boost international and domestic tourism significan tly as well as generate widespread global media attention. Christchurch earthquakes affect travel and tourism in the Canterbury region Christchurch and its surrounding areas in the Canterbury region recently experienced two major earthq uakes, one in September 2010 and another in February Several buildings sustained severe dama ge during the first earthquake, while the second devastated the central city area, causing extensive dam age across the city and resulted in heavy loss of life, including foreign students and tourists from the U K, Israel, Japan, the Philippines and China. During the aftershocks of the first earthquake, many touris ts and residents fled affected areas for safety reasons. Towns and cities located outside the hazard zone s experienced an influx of tourists as a result of the earthquake. Accommodation providers in such are as offered special earthquake recovery packages to distressed tourists, which often included accommo dation with complementary food included. The second earthquake was much more severe and resulted in several of Christchurch s leading hotels being deemed structurally unsound. The earthquakes are e xpected to have a negative effect on Christchurch s travel tourism in the short to medium term. For ex ample, Christchurch s AMI Stadium will no longer be able to play host to world cup rugby matches d uring Backpackers remain a critical segment and major source of demand Backpackers are becoming an increasingly important source of demand for travel and tourism in New Zealand. In comparison with inbound visitors in other segments, backpackers have the lowest spend p er night. However, on average they stay in New Zealand for longer than other tourists. This means that backpacker tourists represent the highest total spend overall. Traditionally, they backpackers are more likely to travel off the beaten track, thereby helping to stimulate the local economies of smaller tow ns in New Zealand. Tourism continues to represent hope for New Zealand s economy More tourists will arrive in New Zealand during the forecast period, especially in 2011 for the IRB Ru gby World Cup. Inbound arrivals will continue to be constituted largely of Australians as Australia is l Customer Service Hotline: Page 4 of 17

5 ocated much closer to New Zealand than many other countries. However, more visitors from Asia and other long haul destinations are also expected to arrive in New Zealand. The introduction of flights be tween Singapore and New Zealand from March 2011 by Jetstar, a long haul lowcost carrier, will attract more visitors travelling on a budget to visit New Zealand. Table of Contents : Travel And Tourism in New Zealand - Industry Overview EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Rebounding tourism flows boost growth IRB Rugby World Cup 2011 set to be the biggest event ever held in New Zealand Christchurch earthquakes affect travel and tourism in the Canterbury region Backpackers remain a critical segment and major source of demand Tourism continues to represent hope for New Zealand s economy KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS Recovery from the global recession IRB Rugby World Cup 2011 set to turn the spotlight on New Zealand The growing importance of Queenstown as a tourist destination Christchurch earthquakes harm travel and tourism in the Canterbury region Burgeoning demand for New Zealand as a destination for Northern Asian tourists The rise of the backpacker Doubts over safety lead to proposed adventure tourism legislation The untapped potential of domestic tourism DEMAND FACTORS Table 1 Leave Entitlement: Volume Table 2 Holiday Demographic Trends Table 3 Holiday Takers by Sex Table 4 Holiday Takers by Age Table 5 Seasonality of Trips BALANCE OF PAYMENTS Table 6 Balance of Tourism Payments: Value MARKET INDICATORS Customer Service Hotline: Page 5 of 17

6 Table 7 Length of Domestic Trips: Table 8 Length of Outbound Departures: DEFINITIONS Tourism Flows Tourism Receipts and Expenditure Travel Accommodation Transportation Car Rental Travel Retail Travel Retail Online Sales Tourist Attractions Health and Wellness Internet Transactions Summary 1 Research Sources Travel And Tourism in New Zealand - Company Profiles Auckland International Airport Ltd in Travel and Tourism (New Zealand) STRATEGIC DIRECTION KEY FACTS COMPANY BACKGROUND COMPETITIVE POSITIONING Jasons Travel Media Ltd in Travel and Tourism (New Zealand) STRATEGIC DIRECTION KEY FACTS COMPANY BACKGROUND COMPETITIVE POSITIONING New Zealand Experience Ltd in Travel and Tourism (New Zealand) STRATEGIC DIRECTION KEY FACTS COMPANY BACKGROUND COMPETITIVE POSITIONING SKYCITY Entertainment Group Ltd in Travel and Tourism (New Zealand) STRATEGIC DIRECTION KEY FACTS COMPANY BACKGROUND Customer Service Hotline: Page 6 of 17

7 COMPETITIVE POSITIONING Tourism Holdings Ltd in Travel and Tourism (New Zealand) STRATEGIC DIRECTION KEY FACTS COMPANY BACKGROUND COMPETITIVE POSITIONING Car Rental in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS Despite the surge in inbound arrivals in 2010, car rental sales did not rise accordingly. International a nd domestic tourist expenditure decreased in 2010, meaning that those travelling to New Zealand had l ess money to spend. As a result, travellers remained cautious about engaging in car rental. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE All major rental car companies in New Zealand experienced an increase in value sales in 2010, altho ugh Avis and Hertz posted the highest growth as each increased in value by 2%. Car rental companies based in Queenstown experienced a surge in rental demand during February and March Typicall y, February is considered a busy month, although car rental companies experienced above average gro wth in rental demand during this period of Car rental is expected to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 1% over the forecast period. Busin ess car rental will increase in constant value at a CAGR of 1%, while leisure car rental will increase in constant value at a CAGR of 2%. Table 9 Car Rental Sales by Category and Location: Value Table 10 Car Rental Sales: Internet Transaction Value Table 11 Structure of Car Rental Market: Table 12 Average Car Rental Duration by Category Table 13 Car Rental Time of Booking: % Breakdown Table 14 Car Rental Market Shares Table 15 Car Rental Brands by Key Performance Indicators 2010 Table 16 Forecast Car Rental Sales by Category and Location: Value Table 17 Forecast Car Rental Sales by Category: Internet Transaction Value Health and Wellness Tourism in New Zealand - Category Analysis Customer Service Hotline: Page 7 of 17

8 TRENDS The Hyatt Regency in Auckland now has a separate spa facility, known simply as The Spa. It incorp orates a gymnasium, heated swimming pool, spa pool, steam room, sun terrace and juice bar. The facil ity offers massage therapy, scrubs, heated stones, wraps, facials and beauty treatments. The Spa offers spa packages and treatments to hotel guests as well being open to members of the general public. Medical tourism is expected to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 1% over the forecast period. Demand for medical tourism in New Zealand is not currently very significant, although it is growing. Medical tourism represents a small but important niche segment within health and wellness tourism in ne Zealand. Table 18 Number of Hotel/Resort Spas: Units Table 19 Health & Wellness Tourism Sales by Category: Value Table 20 Spa Consumer Markets: Domestic Tourism Table 21 Spa Consumer Markets: Arrivals Table 22 Forecast Health & Wellness Tourism Sales by Category: Value Tourism Flows Domestic in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS Domestic business tourism decreased by 4% in 2010, while domestic tourism undertaken for leisure purposes fell by 2%. According to the Ministry of Tourism, 18% of those surveyed under the Domesti c Travel Survey cited insufficient funds as a reason for choosing not to travel domestically during DESTINATIONS MODE OF TRANSPORT LEISURE BUSINESS DOMESTIC TOURIST EXPENDITURE The number of domestic tourism trips is expected to increase at a CAGR of 1% over the forecast peri od. As travel patterns return to prerecession levels, the number of domestic trips will fluctuate during the early stages of the forecast peri od, increasing for the Rugby World Cup 2011 before settling down again in An increase in dom estic flows is forecasted from 2010 to 2011 and a similar decrease is expected from 2011 to 2012 as N Customer Service Hotline: Page 8 of 17

9 ew Zealanders engage in more travel to attend rugby matches across the country. Table 23 Domestic Tourism Travel by Destination: Table 24 Domestic Tourism Travel by Purpose of Visit and by Mode of Transport: Table 25 Domestic Tourist Expenditure: Value: Table 26 Method of Payments for Domestic Tourism Spending: % Breakdown Table 27 Forecast Domestic Tourism Travel by Purpose of Visit and by Mode of Transport: Table 28 Forecast Domestic Tourist Expenditure: Value: Tourism Flows Inbound in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS During 2009, the global economic recession resulted in a lower number of international tourists arriv ing in New Zealand from long haul destinations. The effects of this were buffered by the increased nu mber of Australian tourists who chose to travel closer to home. As consumers and businesses began to feel more secure about the economic climate the number of international tourists visiting New Zealan d increased again in COUNTRY OF ORIGIN LEISURE BUSINESS MODE OF TRANSPORT CITY ARRIVALS INCOMING TOURIST RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY Inbound arrivals is expected to increase at a CAGR of 4% over the forecast period, while internation al tourist expenditure is expected to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 5% over the forecast peri od. Table 29 Arrivals by Country of Origin: Table 30 Leisure Arrivals by Type Table 31 Business Arrivals: MICE Penetration Table 32 Arrivals by Mode of Transport: Table 33 Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: Table 34 Incoming Tourist Receipts by Country: Value Customer Service Hotline: Page 9 of 17

10 Table 35 Tourism Expenditure by Category: Value Table 36 Method of Payments for Incoming Tourist Receipts: % Breakdown Table 37 Forecast Arrivals by Country of Origin: Table 38 Forecast Arrivals by Mode of Transport: Table 39 Forecast Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: Table 40 Forecast Incoming Tourist Receipts by Country: Value Table 41 International Arrivals by City Tourism Flows Outbound in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS Growth in outbound departures was positive in New Zealand during 2010 and is set to increase over the forecast period as long haul travel becomes more attractive in the medium term. The economic rec ession caused a decrease in outbound travel in 2009 and a resulting increase in domestic travel as cons umers and businesses sought to economise during economically turbulent times saw the beginni ng of a reversal of this trend as the spending and confidence of New Zealanders started to recover. DESTINATIONS LEISURE BUSINESS MODE OF TRANSPORT OUTGOING TOURIST EXPENDITURE BY COUNTRY The number of outbound trips in New Zealand is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2% over the foreca st period. The strength of the New Zealand dollar will help to maintain this growth as more New Zeala nders take advantage of favourable exchange rates to head overseas on holiday. In addition to this, Ne w Zealanders will start to engage in more long haul travel as lowcost carriers start to provide services to destinations in Asia. For example, Jetstar will begin offering fl ights between Auckland and Singapore from March Furthermore, the Malaysian lowcost carrier Air Asia X may also begin offering long haul flights from Auckland to various cities in As ia in 2011, although this move is yet to be confirmed. Table 42 Departures by Destination: Table 43 Leisure Departures by Type Table 44 Business Departures: MICE Penetration % Breakdown Table 45 Departures by Mode of Transport: Customer Service Hotline: Page 10 of 17

11 Table 46 Departures by Purpose of Visit: Table 47 Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Country: Value Table 48 Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Category: Value Table 49 Method of Payments for Outgoing Tourism Spending: % Breakdown Table 50 Forecast Departures by Destination: Table 51 Forecast Departures by Mode of Transport: Table 52 Forecast Departures by Purpose of Visit: Table 53 Forecast Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Country: Value Tourist Attractions in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS The number of visitors to tourist attractions in New Zealand increased by 2% in 2010 as a result of th e greater number of international visitors travelling to New Zealand. Tourist attractions is set to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 2% over the forecast period. Tou rism expenditure is expected to rise as consumers and businesses recover from the effects of the global economic recession and uncertainty about the economic environment lifts. Table 54 Tourist Attractions Sales by Category: Value Table 55 Tourist Attractions Visitors by Category: Table 56 Tourist Attractions Sales: Internet Transaction Value Table 57 Leading Tourist Attractions by Visitors Table 58 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales by Category: Value Table 59 Forecast Tourist Attractions Visitors by Category: Table 60 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales: Internet Transaction Value Transportation in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS As the global and domestic economy improved in 2010 and demand for holiday and business travel r esumed, Air New Zealand increased its domestic capacity by 180,000 seats from September The airline increased international capacity by 5% in November 2010 in response to growing international tourism. AIRLINES COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Customer Service Hotline: Page 11 of 17

12 Qantas added extra flights on routes between Queenstown and Melbourne and Brisbane during the ski season. The airline will also boost capacity on flights from Melbourne to Queenstown during t he summer season in 2011 in a bid to encourage Australians to visit Queenstown. The number of air transportation passengers began to increase again in 2010 as outbound departures increased. However, Air New Zealand experienced a 3% decrease in passengers, although it is expecte d that this trend will reverse in Total number of passengers carried is expected to grow at a CA GR of 7% over the forecast period Table 61 Transportation Sales by Category: Value Table 62 Transportation Sales: Internet Transaction Value Table 63 Airline Capacity: Table 64 Airline Utilisation: Table 65 Airline Passengers Carried by Distance: Table 66 Airline Market Shares Table 67 Airline Brands by Key Performance Indicators 2010 Table 68 Forecast Transportation Sales by Category: Value Table 69 Forecast Transportation Sales: Internet Transaction Value Travel Accommodation in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS The growth in the number of new apartment complexes being built in New Zealand s major cities co ntinued in These complexes are used mainly for residential accommodation and are therefore ch eaper to build than commercial buildings. Furthermore, annual operational costs are lower than comm ercial buildings. Apartment owners began offering vacant apartments as shortterm accommodation to domestic and international tourists during the review period. As a result, book ings of such vacant apartments encroached upon the territory of travel accommodation providers such as hotels and motels. HOTELS COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE The Hilton Lake Taupo was opened in November 2009 and features 113 guest rooms. One of the two wings was previously the historic Terraces Hotel, which was refurbished for the new hotel, while the second wing was purpose-built for the new hotel. The hotel s conference centre was opened in Customer Service Hotline: Page 12 of 17

13 Travel accommodation is expected to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 1% over the forecast period. Similarly, hotel value sales are also expected to grow at a CAGR of 1% over the forecast perio d. Table 70 Travel Accommodation Sales by Category: Value Table 71 Travel Accommodation Outlets by Category: Units Table 72 Travel Accommodation by Broad Category: Number of Rooms Table 73 Regional Hotel Parameters 2010 Table 74 Travel Accommodation Sales: Internet Transaction Value Table 75 Hotel National Brand Owners by Market Share Table 76 Hotel Brands by Key Performance Indicators 2010 Table 77 Forecast Travel Accommodation Sales by Category: Value Table 78 Forecast Travel Accommodation Outlets by Category: Units Table 79 Forecast Travel Accommodation Sales: Internet Transaction Value Travel Retail in New Zealand - Category Analysis TRENDS Adventure/trekking holiday value sales increased by 1% in Adventure holiday value sales cont inued to be lower than city breaks, cruises, flydrive holidays and package holidays, largely because the majority of adventure holiday enthusiasts ca n be characterised as free independent travellers. Consequently, they are more likely to book their own travel retail products directly from the supplier online rather than use a tour operator or travel agent. LEISURE TRAVEL BUSINESS TRAVEL ONLINE TRAVEL RETAIL COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Jetset Travelworld s acquisition of Stella Travel Services, owners of United Travel, Harvey World T ravel and Go Holidays, was approved by the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (AC CC) in The ACCC justified its decision to approve the merger by noting that the postmerger Jetset- Stella entity would still continue to face increased competition from online travel agents, airlines, hote ls and travel retailers. Consequently, it is believed that the merger will not unfairly affect competition i n travel retail in New Zealand and Australia. Customer Service Hotline: Page 13 of 17

14 Travel retail products is expected to increase in constant value at a CAGR of 2% over the forecast pe riod. Table 80 Travel Retail Outlets by Category: Units Table 81 Travel Retail Products Sales: Value Table 82 Corporate Business Travel Retail Products Sales: Value Table 83 Leisure Travel Retail Products Sales: Value Table 84 Travel Retail Online Sales by Category: Internet Transaction Value Table 85 Travel Retail Products Market Shares Table 86 Travel Retail Products Brands by Key Performance Indicators 2010 Table 87 Forecast Travel Retail Outlets by Category: Units Table 88 Forecast Travel Retail Products Sales: Value Table 89 Forecast Corporate Business Travel Retail Products Sales: Value Table 90 Forecast Leisure Travel Retail Products Sales: Value Table 91 Forecast Travel Retail Online Sales by Category: Internet Transaction Value 访问中商情报网 : 报告在线阅读 : 三 研究机构 中商情报网 ( 是中国行业市场研究咨询 市场调研咨询 企业上市 IP O 咨询及并购重组决策咨询 项目可行性报告 项目商业计划书 项目投资咨询等专业的服务机构 致力于为企业中高层管理人员 企事业发展研究部门人员 市场研究人士 咨询行业人士 投资银行专家 个人投资者等提供各行业丰富翔实的市场研究报告和商业竞争情报数据 ; 为国内外的行业企业 研究机构 社会团体和政府部门提供专业的行业市场研究 商业分析 投资咨询 兼并重组决策及战略咨询服务 中商情报网从创建之初就矢志成为中国专业的商业信息收集 研究 传播的资讯情报服务机构, 通过多年的积累中商情报网已经构建了包括政府部门 行业协会 专业调查公司 自有调查 Customer Service Hotline: Page 14 of 17

15 网络等多种渠道 多层面的数据来源 ; 建立起上百个行业及企业的庞大商业情报数据库 ; 并形 成了多十种专业研究分析模型和研究方法 ; 中商情报网始终坚持研究的独立性和公正性, 其研 究结论和研究数据广泛被媒体采用 目前公司与国家相关数据部门 行业协会等权威机构建立了良好的合作关系, 同时与多家国际著名咨询服务机构建立了战略伙伴关系 并与国内外众多基金公司 证券公司 PE VC 机构 律师事务所 会计师事务所结成战略合作伙伴 公司还拥有近 10 多年来对各行业追踪研究的海量信息数据积累 建立了多种海量数据库, 分为 : 宏观经济数据库, 行业月度财务数据库, 产品产量数据库, 产业进出口数据库, 企业财务数据库等 并将这些数据及时更新与核实 可以保证数据的全面 权威 公正 客观 多年来, 中商情报网为上万家企业事业提供了专业的投资咨询 信息咨询及研究报告服务, 并 得到客户的广泛认可 ; 我们坚信您也可以从中商情报网提供的资讯产品中洞察商业潜在的价值 和风险, 提高您的决策支持效率 中商情报网管理团队和中商情报网的战略合伙人一直致力于为客户提供高价值的企业咨询服务 解决方案 服务研究咨询项目咨询投行咨询专项咨询竞争情况调研数据库咨询 内容行业研究报告 行业投资咨询报告 市场调查项目计划 可行性研究 价值分析 风险分析 商业计划书 项目融资 资金申请 资产评估 政府项目立项 产业园区规划咨询 PE 及 VC 投资咨询 IPO 咨询消费者研究 渠道研究 营销咨询 管理咨询 市场进入策略咨询竞争对手调研及监测 竞争策略研究 竞争环境研究 监测 企业战略研究 市场营销 / 促销策略分析 合作伙伴调研中国行业财务数据库 中国企业财务数据库 产品进出口数据库 Customer Service Hotline: Page 15 of 17

16 中商情报网在调查工作中能够很好的借助国家部办委 行业协会等部门的资源为客户提供服务 ; 高层访谈的执行能力, 能够访问国家各个部委为企业提供全方位的政策导向 行业规划 ; 多年来针对工业领域的企业及用户调研的庞大数据库资源, 历史数据和企业 用户数据非常丰 福 国内权威市场研究公司, 具有行业内良好知名度 拥有多项自主开发的研究模型及专项咨询产品, 提供专业化的 市场研究整体解决方案 由国际专家和本土行业专家组成的资深项目团队, 为客户提供精准的研究服务 权威数据采集渠道, 持续 10 年的数据监测,7 年的国内市场研究经验, 超过 1000 多个市场研究案例 中商情报网订购单回执表 单位名称联系人地址 邮编 部门联系电话手机传真 报告名称 : Travel and Tourism in New Zealand 报告格式 : PDF 电子版或印刷版 付款方式 : 银行 邮局 支票 其他 定购数量 : 份 请选择报告版本 : 1. PDF 电子版 0 元 / 份 2. 印刷版 0 元 / 份 3. PDF 电子版 + 印刷版 0 元 / 份 Customer Service Hotline: Page 16 of 17

17 总计金额 万 仟 佰 拾 元 ( 小写 : 元 ) 预计付款日 期 年 月 日 开户行 : 中国工商银行深圳黄贝支行 开户名 : 深圳中商智汇咨询服务有限公司 帐号 : 备注 : 此帐户可开具增值税普通发票 开户行 : 中国工商银行深圳黄贝支行 指定账号 开户名 : 深圳中商智业投资顾问有限公司 帐号 : 备注 : 此帐户可开具增值税专用发票 开户行 : 中国建设银行北京丰台支行开户名 : 中商智汇 ( 北京 ) 咨询有限公司帐号 : 备注 : 此帐户只可开具增值税普通发票 款到后, 发票随后寄发 此账号为唯一指定账号 电话 : 传真 :(0755) 联系方法 深圳地址 : 深圳市福田区红荔路 1001 号银盛大厦 7 层邮编 : 北京地址 : 北京市右安门外大街 99 号国内贸易工程设计研究院 5 层 501 室邮编 : 网址 : 电邮 备注 请将订阅信息填好后, 传真至我中心客服部, 款到后发票随后寄发 Customer Service Hotline: Page 17 of 17