Shanghai, China — China is becoming the world language of preference for the fastest growing companies in Asia, with the government making it mandatory for all companies to use Chinese in their hiring, promotion and promotion activities.
The Chinese government has also put in place policies aimed at curbing crime and corruption and reducing corruption in the business sector, and the new language has also been put in use to promote the country’s reputation.
Chinese is the most commonly used language of business in the world, with some companies using English and some using Mandarin.
In a bid to increase the effectiveness of Chinese in the workplace, the government also launched a nationwide recruitment drive to lure more Chinese employees, according to China’s state-run Xinhua news agency.
“There are still a lot of barriers to Chinese employment and promotion, and we will continue to work hard to make sure that the job market is fair, transparent and efficient for all Chinese workers,” Zhang Jiyuan, head of the State Council’s Department of Administration, said.
Companies are also using the language to promote themselves in the Chinese market.
A new Chinese dictionary for students has been published in Chinese language schools across the country, with English versions also being released in the past two years.
Xinhua said the new dictionaries will be used by universities and other government-owned enterprises.
China is currently home to about 100 million Chinese.