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International Headhunting and Competition for Talent

Tuesday,Aug 11, 2015

By Wang Huiyao, Miao Lu

  • Jobs hot in China, with a catch

    Large increases in pay and better career development prospects are two main considerations that draw job hunters from developed countries to China, according to some recruiters and experts.

  • New social classes get bureau

    New social classes get bureau From: Global Times Tweet   New groups highly mobile, scattered and active thinkers China announced Monday it has established a new bureau to unite new social classes, including people working in new media, a move…

  • China possesses second largest number of think tanks worldwide

    China had 18 think tanks on the Asian list that included top 60 think tanks from China,India, South Korea and Japan. CICIR took the lead in fourth. Specifically, TTCSP also listed five Chinese think tanks as “Think Tanks to Watch,” including Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (31) and Center for China and Globalization (CCG) (54).

  • Changing times demand bigger role in WTO

    A number of experts spoke at a recent forum organized by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies to mark the 15th anniversary of China’s entry into the World Trade Organization.

  • Chu Yin :BRICS create balancing influence in world affairs

    A pilot program meant to replace two previous permits foreigners are required to get to work in China with one shows the country welcomes foreign talent, said analysts. The program will be launched on November 1 in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province.