The competition for China’s future talent heats up
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While Beijing and Shanghai are making it increasingly difficult to get residence permits, other cities in China are competing to attract talent. SCMP highlights some of the efforts:
“Changsha, the capital of southern Hunan province, is offering 30,000 yuan (US$4,400) to 60,000-yuan subsidie...
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