The China bureau is looking for a macro-minded researcher with a keen eye for detail to cover government regulation of the world's second largest economy. The beat requires staying on top of the government agencies that often exercise a heavy hand steering sectors from trade to transport and industries.
The qualified candidate will have a grasp of economic fundamentals, an understanding of how governments regulate economies and an interest in learning more. The temperament to work as part of a team is crucial as is the ability to write quickly under tight deadlines. Fluency in Chinese is a must as is the ability to write clearly and quickly in English. The position reports to the China bureau chief.
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Requisition ID 2017-29908
Job Locations CHN-BEIJING
Job Function News/Editorial
Business Area NEWS/WSJ
Job Area1 News
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