The following document, issued by the Wuhan City government in 2017, lays out the city’s various preferential policies to encourage the development of Wuhan’s National Cybersecurity Talent and Innovation Base.
The Chinese source text is available online at: http://www.wuhan.gov.cn/zwgk/xxgk/zfwj/gfxwj/202003/t20200316_973286.shtml
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The people’s governments of all districts, and all departments of the City People’s Government:
To construct the National Cybersecurity Talent and Innovation Base (hereinafter referred to as the Cyberbase) is a major development opportunity given to our city by the Party Central Committee and the State Council. It is an important work task for constructing a national central city, and it has important significance for promoting the city’s economic transformation and upgrading, and for driving the development of strategic emerging industries. In order to accelerate Cyberbase construction, accelerate the formation of a good ecological environment for talent cultivation, technology innovation, and industrial development, and hasten construction of a globally competitive Cyberbase, and after studying the matter, notice of relevant policies in support of the development of the Cyberbase is hereby given as follows:
I. Scope of Application
These policies are applicable to enterprises, public institutions1 and agencies that have industry and commerce registrations and tax registrations in the Cyberbase, and are engaged in teaching, training, R&D, production, technical services or sales for network security and information technology related industries, as well as all types of talents working in the abovementioned enterprises, public institutions and agencies.
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Download Full TranslationNotice of the [Wuhan] City People’s Government on Certain Policies to Support the Development of the National Cybersecurity Talent and Innovation Base
- Translator’s note: “Public institutions” (事业单位) are organizations created and led by PRC government departments that provide social services. Unlike state-owned enterprises (SOEs), public institutions do not create material products and do not generate income. Public institutions are not considered government agencies, and their employees are not civil servants. Most public institutions are fully or partially government-funded, but some fully privately funded (but still government-led) public institutions exist. Public institutions typically provide services in areas such as education, science and technology, culture, health, and sanitation.