CCG, Asia Society will Co-host Seminar to Discuss Scientific Technology Innovation and Human Resource Transformation

Thursday,Nov 16, 2017


As the China partner, the Center for China and Globalization and Asia Society will co-host a seminar to discuss science and technology innovation and human resource transformation with a purpose to call for further improving education and professional training system and distribution of labor resource based on market demand.


the convention in 2016

The event, as the 7th session of Asia Society’s “Step Ahead” series, will gather officials, business and academic leaders. The seminar, with a sponsorship of JP Morgan Chase, examines the most pressing issues that emerge as China is moving towards knowledge-based economy and to discuss possible solutions.

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