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

Thursday,Nov 16, 2017

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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.

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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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