Re­port: Get­ting top work­ers a prob­lem

China Daily European Weekly - - News Digest -

With high-end work­ers leav­ing and in­suf­fi­cient high-end for­eign per­son­nel, China lags be­hind the world in at­tract­ing an in­ter­na­tional work­force and ur­gently needs to take ac­tion to solve the prob­lem, ac­cord­ing to a re­cent re­port, Blue Book of Re­gional Tal­ent. The re­port was pub­lished on Sept 11 by the Cen­ter for China and Glob­al­iza­tion, a Bei­jing-based in­de­pen­dent think tank, and the In­sti­tute of De­vel­op­ment Stud­ies at South­west­ern Uni­ver­sity of Fi­nance and Eco­nomics in Chengdu, Sichuan prov­ince. Mean­while, the coun­try is trou­bled by an out­flow of tal­ent. At least 35 mil­lion peo­ple from the Chi­nese main­land work over­seas. Shang­hai is the most com­pet­i­tive re­gion in China in at­tract­ing high-end in­ter­na­tional work­ers. The mu­nic­i­pal­ity, how­ever, only rates about 3.9 points in an eval­u­a­tion in­dex sys­tem with six parts, in­clud­ing the scale and struc­ture for in­ter­na­tional work­ers, the poli­cies for at­tract­ing more and the qual­ity of life they ex­pect.

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