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Call for greater expat employee scrutiny

By Chen Xin | China Daily | Updated: 2013-04-30 07:47

More efficient measures should be taken to ensure that foreigners with criminal records are banned from working in China, senior officials with the department that oversees attracting and managing international professionals said on Monday.

The officials' remarks came after a British man who is wanted for allegedly raping a child in the United Kingdom and had been a teacher at an international school in Beijing was detained in the Chinese capital on Friday.

Neil Robinson, 46, who is in police custody and being investigated for illegally staying in China, is wanted in connection with the distribution of indecent images of children and the rape of a child, reported Xinhua News Agency.

Call for greater expat employee scrutiny

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