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One-stop shop to help foreign experts

2014-09-05 16:39 chinadaily.com.cn Web Editor: Si Huan

To help foreign experts in China, the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) opened a whole new hall in Beijing on Friday.

The hall will try to solve many issues that foreigners interesting in working or living in China face, including providing consulting services, accepting applications, commercial insurance, rental apartments and it will even help find jobs for spouses.

Liu Yanguo, deputy director of SAFEA, said this step has been taken to"keep" foreign talents in China.

"There are many uncertainties foreign experts interested in working and living in China face due to the cultural gap and other reasons," said Liu.

"The service hall can help them ease or even solve these problems."

"This will not only attract foreign talents to come, but also keep them in China, so they can contribute more to China's development."

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