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International Migration of China

Sunday,Feb 25, 2018

By: CCG

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Published by Springer (Singapore)

 

 Status, Policy and Social Responses to the Globalization of Migration

 

International Migration of China: Status, Policy and Social Responses to the Globalization of Migration is a new book on the latest development of international migration in China, especially on Chinese global talent migration. Based on extensive research and analyses, the authors have presented the latest trend and development on international migration in China. It will be a book for the quick and well understanding on the opportunities and challenges for the international migration situation in China and the government’s latest policy analysis in this respect.

 

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