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Study on the Countermeasures for the Development of Heilongjiang Service Outsourcing Industry

  • Xueli Yang
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 208)

Abstract

The service outsourcing is a green industry in the real sense. To develop service outsourcing vigorously can help to optimize industrial structure in Heilongjiang province, change the growth mode of trade, and has a great significance for accelerating the economic structure adjustment and realizing the economic sustainable development. This article studies the present situation and features of the development of Heilongjiang service outsourcing through the investigation of the development situation of Heilongjiang service outsourcing and analyzes the environment for Heilongjiang province to development service outsourcing industry, through qualitative and quantitative analysis of Heilongjiang service outsourcing industry, the writer puts forward that our province should perfect related policy system in developing service outsourcing industry, increase greatly support intensity of force in funds, strengthen the support to key enterprises and increase the service outsourcing talents cultivation, develop characteristic outsourcing, and enhance the competitiveness of service outsourcing enterprise, etc.

Keywords

service outsourcing evaluation system solving countermeasures 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xueli Yang
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  1. 1.College of Economics & ManagementHeilongjiang Bayi Agricultural UniversityDaqingChina

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