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Sci-Tech innovation valley remains hotspot for global talents

chinadaily.com.cn| Updated: September 28, 2022 L M S


An exhibition showcases accomplishments achieved by the Yangtze River Delta G60 Sci-Tech Innovation Valley. [Photo/hz66.com]

The 4th Yangtze River Delta G60 Sci-Tech Innovation Valley Talent Summit commenced in Suzhou, East China's Jiangsu province on Sept 27.

Since its establishment in 2016, the G60 Sci-Tech Innovation Valley added Shanghai's Songjiang district, Jiaxing, Hangzhou, Jinhua, Suzhou, Huzhou, Xuancheng, Wuhu and Hefei to its list of members.

The innovation valley is currently home to more than 36,000 high-tech enterprises and 898 State-level "little giant" enterprises, and houses a large number of innovation facilities including 196 universities, 652 research facilities for academicians and 458 for doctors.

The valley has emerged as a magnet for global talents. Official data indicates that it has gathered more than 11.9 million talents including 1,000 at national level and 4,200 at provincial level.

Efforts have also been made to facilitate the sharing of resources in the area, with 16 industrial alliances and 11 industrial cooperation model parks established and operational in the valley.