Highly-skilled overseas Chinese have become a new focus for Shanghai's Zhangjiang area in its attempts to bring in talented personnel.
Local government officials in Shanghai, China's economic center, released details of 100 measures on July 10 to further expand the city's opening up.
The National Development and Reform Commission and Ministry of Commerce released a shortened negative list on June 28.
Pudong New Area in Shanghai recently proposed improving its soft environment to lure and retain highly-skilled workers.
Foreign-funded companies are looking to take advantage of the new measures that the Shanghai Free Trade Zone unveiled on June 21 to expand its financial opening up.
The China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ) recently upgraded its "single window" service model for the benefit of foreigners who live and work in the area.
Shanghai authorities unveiled 25 measures on June 21 to further expand the financial opening up of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone.
The Precision Medicine International Institute opened at the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone on June 15.