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UPDATED: 08:32, March 01, 2005
China to revamp "foreign expert" employment policies
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China will phase in new policy on foreign experts introduction by encouraging more top-notch talents and less mediocre employees come to China.

"China is expected to adopt a new regulation regarding foreign experts in China this year," said Wan Xueyuan, the head of State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) in Beijing Monday in a national meeting on foreign experts affairs.

"The new regulation draws a line between foreign experts and foreign employees," said Wan. "Only the foreign experts will be granted with more favorable conditions."

According to Wan, the most-needed foreign experts in China hail from a variety of professions, ranging from agriculture to engineering to manufacturing to media.

"The introduction of this regulation and many other practices which centered both on efficiency and legitimacy will open up more doors for China,"

said Wan. "The whole process of introduction, as a result, will be more scientific and democratic."

Source: Xinhua

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