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Top 10 international talents’ favorite regions in China

Friday,Sep 15, 2017

From: China Daily

 

Shanghai is the most favorite Chinese city for international talents, followed by Beijing, South China’s Guangdong province and East China’s Jiangsu province, according to a report on regional international talent competitiveness released on Monday.

The report was conducted and released by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics’ Institute of Development Studies.

A comprehensive evaluation system was used to value a region’s competitiveness of international talents in six dimensions - scale and structure of international talents, and innovation, policy, development and living environments.

"With rapid economic globalization, China has become international talents’ new choice for long-term development and relocation and regional competition for international talents has begun," Wang Huiyao, president of CCG,said.

Let’s take a look at the top 10 most favorite regions for international talents in China.

 

No 10 Sichuan province

Global talent competitiveness index: 1.97

Tourists visit a hotpot restaurant in Chengdu, Sichuan province, on May 23, 2017. [Photo/VCG]

 

No 9 Funjian province

Global talent competitiveness index: 2.17

Russian dancers perform underwater ballet at the Zuohai Underwater World in Fuzhou, East China’s Fujian province, on Aug 21, 2017. [Photo/IC]

 

No 8 Tianjin

Global talent competitiveness index: 2.22

Tourists watch performances at the Tianjin Binhai Aircraft Carrier Theme Park in Tianjin on April 2, 2017. [Photo/VCG]

 

No 7 Shandong province

Global talent competitiveness index: 2.24

Foreign tourists walk on a beach in Qingdao, East China’s Shandong province, on Sept 18, 2016. [Photo/VCG]

 

No 6 Liaoning province

Global talent competitiveness index: 2.31

A staff member (left) teaches a woman how to make a robot at the venue of Summer Davos in Dalian, Liaoning province, on June 28, 2017. [Photo by Wu Xiaobo/chinadaily.com.cn]

 

No 5 Zhejiang province

Global talent competitiveness index: 2.53

Jay Thornhill (R) asks questions at the 2017 Global Netrepreneur Conference in Hangzhou, East China’s Zhejiang province, in July 2017. [Photo/VCG]

No 4 Jiangsu province

Global talent competitiveness index: 3.37

Foreigners visit a classic garden in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, on April 6, 2017. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

No 3 Guangdong province

Global talent competitiveness index: 3.52

French entrepreneur Julien Vandelli kisses his daughter in Guangzhou, South China’s Guangdong province, on Aug 8, 2017. [Photo/VCG]

No 2 Beijing

Global talent competitiveness index: 3.67

A family of foreigners walks along the Liulichang Culture Street, known for selling crafts, art and antiques, in Beijing, on Jan 30, 2014. [Photo/VCG]

 

No 1 Shanghai

Global talent competitiveness index: 3.91

Three American entrepreneurs, who realized their Chinese dream by helping foreigners buy products from Taobao, in Shanghai on Aug 9, 2017. [Photo/VCG]

 

From China Daily,2017-9-14

 

 

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