Are you in automotive R&D? Experience and successful track record in automotive marketing? Worried about your job? Polish up your resume. Chinese automakers are hiring. “After considering the risk of buying US auto manufacturers’ assets, Chinese automakers realized that targeting their research and development (R&D) talent would be a more realistic and profitable option,” writes China Daily today.China Daily called around. Zeng Qinghong, General Manager of Guangzhou Automobile Group, for instance said that his company is not interested at all in buying brands or whole companies in the U.S.A. However, he’s very interested in US auto professionals. The head of his research center had already been on a recruitment trip to the US, and he was surprised: “Interest shown by US auto talents in Guangzhou Auto exceeded expectations.” Xu Heyi, board chairman of Beijing Automotive Industry Corp said that they are also interested in talent from the US. Even the Chinese government is prodding their auto industrialists to buy themselves some foreign know-how.Says China Daily: “In recent years, China’s auto industry experienced a rapid annual growth of over 20 percent. However, a shortage of technical experts and high level management executives became a bottleneck for the growing industry. A capable… Read full this story
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