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China eyes high-level talents to boost innovation

Xinhua, December 1, 2015 Adjust font size:

China is eying high-level talents to accelerate its national strategy of mass entrepreneurship and innovation.

In a meeting with representatives of Chinese postdoctoral researchers on Monday, Premier Li Keqiang encouraged them to concentrate on innovative studies to make technological breakthroughs and focus on market demand to actively transform research achievements into productivity.

Li said Chinese researchers should also strengthen international exchanges and cooperation and participate in global competition.

His words came in as China celebrated the 30th anniversary of its postdoctoral system, which has covered all disciplines and major fields of economic and social development.

"Postdoctoral researchers have made their own contribution in economic and social development, scientific research and industrial upgrade," Li said.

He urged more efforts to build a better postdoctoral system that values talents and facilitates innovation.