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Multinationals establish foothold in China

07-06-2013 11:17 BJT

It’s quite common for Chinese students to further their education abroad. But now graduates around the world are paying thousands of dollars to come to China, to learn about new ways of doing business.

Two decades ago Shanghai’s famous towers didn’t exist. They’re now a beacon of the global economy, luring new money and new workers. Like 22 year old Charles Douglass the third. A fifth-year engineering student from Texas, USA. He paid more than 4-thousand dollars for the chance to work at a company in China.

Charles’s internship was set up by CRCC Asia, a company linking students and graduates, with work in China. And it’s proving to be big business.

Market analysts say experience in China is in huge demand by both small.. and multinational companies.

A changing skyline, and a changing workforce, in an evolving global economy.


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