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Chinese Returning Home at a Slower Rate

China News, news, Posted: Jul 19, 2009

SHANGHAI A recent study shows the number of overseas Chinese returning to China for jobs has gradually decreased since April, reports the China News. According to the study, reaching the highest point in January since last years global economic meltdown, over 5 percent of Chinas recruitment market during that period are overseas applicants. Though the rate of overseas talent joining Chinas employment market has slowed down due to recent improvements in the economy, the difference in Chinas business culture and administration style, the desire to return remains strong because many foresee Shanghai developing into an important international financial center in the future.


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