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China: Measures in Guangdong to attract foreign personnel, talent

China: Measures to attract foreign personnel, talent

In Guangdong, 16 policies and measures have been implemented to support the establishment of a free trade zone and to foster innovation in Guangdong province.


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Of the 16 policies, six apply to the Guangdong free trade zone, and the remainder apply to the entire Guangdong province (including the free trade zone). The new measures aim to simplify the entry of high-level foreign talents and innovators to Guangdong, with a view toward attracting and retaining talent.


Read an October 2016 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in China: New Policies Facilitating Exit and Entry in Guangdong

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