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By Nie Ligao | | Updated:2016-12-08 08:02File photo of Wang Huiyao, president of the Center for China and Globalization, Chinas largest independent think tank. [Zou Hong/China Daily]Editors note: With increased participation in global governance, China now has an urgent need for international talent, as Dr Wang Huiyao tells us here in a Q&A with China Daily website.Dr Wang is the president of the Center for China and Globalization and a counselor to the State Council who focuses on researching Chinas international talent policy.Q: As an expert on Chinas international talent policy, what are the priorities authorities should focus on right now?A: To set up a comprehensive international talent agency is urgently needed right now under the direction of a more widely-open and inclusive strategy.Now facing the tremendous economic transition of global governance, China, as one of the strongest advocates of new global co-operation, it is imperative that it woos more talents abroad to meet the talent requirements of promoting or leading multi-national organizations or initiatives like the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, G20 or One Belt One Road.The alien population ratio is now about four out of 10,000 in China which is far below from the world average of 300 out of 10,000, while the figure in India is 15 times more than in China.For a long period, graduates who study abroad and overseas Chinese have been targeted as the resource of international talent for China. Do you think this trend will change in the future?A: Yes, this trend will definitely change and it ought to meet Chinas diverse demand for alien talent to help engage in world affairs more deeply and widely over time. The non-ethnic Chinese group will play a more important role in Chinas human resource bank in the future.Q: How can China overcome the obstacles to introducing more foreign talent into government agencies, enterprises and think tanks?A: Chinese government organs and think tanks should actively send more staff to cross-border organizations as interns or temporary workers in order to strengthen our international governance abilities and uphold our interests during the formation of new global rules. Meanwhile, more intelligent foreigners like those overseas Chinese and professionals should be encouraged to work for the Chinese public bureaus and non-government organizations like think tanks.Previous Page1 2 Next PagePrevious Page1 2 Next PageRelated StoriesGuidance for foreigners to apply for R visa (talent) extension and renewalZhongguancun discusses foreign talent policiesBeijing center helps woo foreign talentChina to innovate permanent residence policy to attract foreign talentGovernment keen to attract foreign talent to boost workforceCartoonsEmpty promisesTrumps diplomacyBlack swan eventsPreference for boysTechnology changes lifestylePrevention of aidsMost Viewed in 24 HoursFroum trendsShould single women be allowed to have kids?Should for-profit private schools be banned?ColumnistsHistory should serve as mirror for Trump in China-US tiesPolitical changes in the West a challenge for Germany at G20 helmForumFeatured ContributorsRule-based market can end the up-and-down cycle in stock marketAnti-Semitism returns to haunt EuropeChina Daily Bureau ChiefsChongqing and Chengdu City Cluster on faster trackXi-Ma meeting brings historic opportunitiesStar BloggersHow I spend my birthday in ChinaA Somalis Chinese dreamBACK TO THE TOPHOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELWATCHTHISSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperMOBILECopyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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