Three-quarters of European firms operating in China said they had foreign workers who were unable to return to the country. Photo: Bloomberg Three-quarters of European firms operating in China said they had foreign workers who were unable to return to the country. Photo: Bloomberg
Three-quarters of European firms operating in China said they had foreign workers who were unable to return to the country. Photo: Bloomberg

China’s Covid-19 border restrictions ‘could drive away foreign talent’

  • With many foreign workers unable to return to China, the talent pool may never fully recover, EU Chamber of Commerce in China says
  • Entry restrictions are the top challenge cited by survey respondents, who also say forced technology transfer continued despite China banning it

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Three-quarters of European firms operating in China said they had foreign workers who were unable to return to the country. Photo: Bloomberg Three-quarters of European firms operating in China said they had foreign workers who were unable to return to the country. Photo: Bloomberg
Three-quarters of European firms operating in China said they had foreign workers who were unable to return to the country. Photo: Bloomberg
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