Beijing increasing support for manufacturing upgrade even though Made in China 2025 has been omitted from government work report

//Beijing increasing support for manufacturing upgrade even though Made in China 2025 has been omitted from government work report

Beijing increasing support for manufacturing upgrade even though Made in China 2025 has been omitted from government work report

In delivering his 2019 government work report to the National People’s Congress in Beijing on Tuesday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said the country would “work faster to make China strong in manufacturing” despite no mention of “Made in China 2025” in the government work report for the first time in three years.The phrase “Made in China 2025” (MIC2025), the Beijing blueprint for tech supremacy that has aroused suspicion in the US and Europe, was not mentioned at all in China’s 2019 government…

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