Shanghai broadens definition of expatriate high-end talent


A foreigner takes photos of the Lujiazui Financial District in Pudong, Shanghai. - China Daily/ANN

BEIJING, March 1 (China Daily/ANN): A wider scope of expatriate workers will be deemed as high-end talent in Shanghai as of Monday as part of the city's continuous effort to attract talent from around the world to contribute to its development, the city's foreign expert bureau said on Monday.

High-end talent will now include scientific research workers holding foreign passports and fresh PhD graduates in disciplines such as science, engineering and agriculture.

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