China lags in attracting foreign talent: report
With high-end workers leaving and insufficient high-end foreign personnel, China lags the world in attracting an international workforce and urgently needs to take action to solve the problem, a report has found.
The report titled Blue Book of Regional Talent was published on Monday by the Center for China and Globalization, a Beijingbased independent think tank, and the Institute of Development Studies at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu, Sichuan province.
The proportion of international workers in China is far below the international average. In 2015, only 0.06 percent of the country’s population were foreigners, while the average worldwide proportion is 3.3 percent, the report said, citing various sources from the United Nations.
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