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Guangxi favored by high-end talents from Taiwan
 updatetime:2019-07-25 19:37:45   View:0 Source:en.gxzf.gov.cn

Statistic provided by the Taiwan Affairs Office of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on July 23 showed that Guangxi has welcomed 102 PhDs from Taiwan.

Guangxi Normal University has welcomed eight PhDs from Taiwan since it first enacted its policy of employing high-level talent from Taiwan in 2017. Wang Mengjun, the first talent from Taiwan that was employed at Guangxi Normal University, has become a regular teacher in Guangxi.

Guangxi issued the Measures to Promote Economic and Cultural Exchange and Cooperation between Guangxi and Taiwan on July 26, 2018 and updated the policy on May 5, 2019. It provides Taiwan residents with the same treatment as Guangxi residents in terms of investment, entrepreneurship, employment, studying, and life services in Guangxi.

Divided into six parts, the Measures put forward several concrete measures for promoting economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation between Guangxi and Taiwan from the aspects of promoting investment and economic cooperation, promoting learning and entrepreneurship, facilitating living, deepening social and cultural exchanges and cooperation, as well as promoting the construction of industrial cooperation zones in Guangxi and Taiwan.

The Measures gathered Guangxi's policies on Western development, coastal opening up, ethnic minority autonomy and border area opening up by Guangxi, including cross-border labor policies and tax policies, to provide companies and talents from Taiwan the same treatment as Guangxi enterprises and local residents.

Support measures enabling youth from Taiwan to start businesses and work in Guangxi, as well as talents introduction were put forward, including employment support and subsidy policies for university graduates, entrepreneurial guarantee loan policies, business incubation platform entering policies, as well as preferential policies for talents from Taiwan in industries with short supply of talents.


Taiwan teachers teaching in the Chinese mainland take part in an exchange event at Guangxi Normal University. [Photo/gxnu.edu.cn]

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