Vice-Premier Ma Kai spoke highly of China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN)’s achievements in business and personnel training at the 15th Conference on International Exchange of Professionals (CIEP) held in the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center on April 15-16.
CGN, one of the five enterprises controlled directly by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council attended the conference as the innovative pilot unit for bringing in skilled foreigners, and received huge attention from state leaders, including Vice-premier Ma and Yin Weimin, minister of human resources and social security.
CGN Chairman He Yu briefed the conference on the company’s ongoing international development of nuclear power, nuclear fuel, and new energy, highlighting the UK’s nuclear power projects signed last September.
He added that CGN has endeavored to cultivate domestic talents with global competiveness on nuclear and project management and has launched a range of training programs for staff at different levels while also introducing foreign professionals.
Ma expressed appreciation for CGN’s overseas projects, and in particular the UK projects, and gave a thumbs-up for its introduction of foreign experts and personnel training.
An important exhibitor at the CIEP, CGN is noted for fostering more than 1,000 international experts and was awarded a title of China’s most innovative business school by the organizing committee of CIEP both in 2014 and 2015.
Initiated by the State Council in 2001, the two-day CIEP has been annually held in Shenzhen since 2007 for business exchange and cooperation between international talents and enterprises.