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International Headhunting and Competition for Talent

Tuesday,Aug 11, 2015

By Wang Huiyao, Miao Lu

  • Trump Administration Is Said to Open Broad Inquiry Into China’s Trade Practices

    The White House is preparing to open a broad investigation into China’s trade practices, according to people with knowledge of the Trump administration’s plans.

  • Nine Chinese think tanks among world’s best

    Nine Chinese think tanks among world’s best From: China Daily Wang Huiyao, president of CCG, delivers a speech at the release of 2016 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report in Beijing, on Jan 25, 2016. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn] A report…

  • 【CGTN】Wang Yong: 10 truths about China-US trade

    The Trump administration is engaged in a trade war with the whole world. Many people think that Trump and his trade policy team are a group of extreme trade protectionists whose bodies have entered the 21st century, but their thoughts may still remain in the 19th century.

  • Nobel Prize winner gets green card at Zhongguancun

    China began issuing permanent residence permits in 2004, however, the green card is among the most difficult in the world to obtain due to stringent requirements. Between 2004 and 2015, Beijing issued only 1,700 permanent residence permits. To attract more foreign talent and facilitate Zhongguancun’s development, Beijing started a pilot project in March 2016 that enables foreign startups or skilled professionals in the science park to apply for permanent residence.

  • Chinese students, scholars contributors to US and China

    According to the “Chinese Overseas Students Report (2017)” published by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), a premier Chinese independent think tank specialized in overseas Chinese studies, Chinese students at US universities contributed $11.43 billion in 2016 to the US economy, representing 34.8 percent of the total overseas students’ consumer capacity.