Report: Jaguar urges execs to move to China or risk promotions
China has recently grown to become the third largest market for Jaguar vehicles after the U.S. and United Kingdom, and the company seems to have a serious desire to begin manufacturing operations in the People's Republic. That would require a substantial chunk of employees to move to China for sessions that usually last up to three years. Needless to say, those with spouses and children aren't exactly keen to pack up the house and move across the globe.
[Source: The Daily Telegraph]
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