China and US expecting more talent exchanges

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Updated: 2013-11-06

China and US expecting more talent exchanges

China’s State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs, the American Association of Retired Persons, and the International Executive Service Corp reached an agreement of intent in Beijing, on Oct 4, covering exchanges and cooperation in relation to foreign experts.

China and US expecting more talent exchanges

China’s State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs, the American Association of Retired Persons, and the International Executive Service Corp reached an agreement of intent in Beijing, on Oct 4, covering exchanges and cooperation in relation to foreign experts.

China’s State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs (SAFEA), the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), and the International Executive Service Corp (IESC) reached an agreement of intent in Beijing, on Oct 4, covering exchanges and cooperation in relation to foreign experts.

Signing for SAFEA was its head, Zhang Jianguo, and for AARP, the president, Robert Romasco, while for IESC it was CEO Thomas Miller. Taking part were SAFEA's deputy head, Liu Yanguo, and officials from its policy and regulations dep't, the China Association for International Personnel Exchanges, foreign expert affairs bureaus in the cities of Beijing and Tianjin, the provinces of Shandong and Hebei, and from AARP and IESC.

Edited by Lin Hong and Roger Bradshaw

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