China wants to be a global talent hub, but what if they don’t want to come?

Attracting top-tier professionals is critical to China’s economic competitiveness, but lacklustre pay, a utilitarian research environment, and political concerns appear to be impeding the nation’s ability to recruit from the prime talent pool.

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