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#256  Jan 19, 2018    email version


As No. 481 Document has been abolished, is there any change to the economic compensations when Shenzhen employees leave office?


As No. 481 Document has been abolished, I want to know how the latest standards regarding the current economic compensations in Shenzhen is defined? Is there any relevant provisions?

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