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China to Invite More Overseas Experts
China is inviting more foreign experts and Chinese students returning from overseas study to a meeting on intellectual exchanges, which official said would be the largest since China entered the World Trade Organization (WTO).

The meeting, due on Oct. 23-25 in Nanjing in east China's Jiangsu Province, is co-sponsored by the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) and the Jiangsu provincial government. Chinese and foreign experts, overseas training institutions, recruitment agencies and Chinese students abroad will be invited to attend a series of seminars and exhibitions.

According to the organizing committee, licenses will be granted to international recruitment agencies which have passed the annual examination on qualifications during the meeting.

Last year, China granted licenses to more than 100 such agencies.

A SAFEA official said Monday that China needs a large amount of brainpower with its WTO entry. The SAFEA now focuses on establishing a more mature personnel market and regulatory system in a bid to create a sound environment for overseas experts working in China.

The meeting on intellectual exchanges held in Nanjing last year attracted nearly 2,000 people from relevant fields, and agreements on more than 3,900 personnel training and exchange projects were signed.

(Xinhua News Agency September 2, 2002)

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