It’s called Made in China 2025.
An ambitious, economic plan introduced by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, three years ago, to transform China into an advanced manufacturing powerhouse.
CGTN’S John Gilmore takes a closer look.
To discuss China’s economic plans:
- Li Xin is the managing director of Caixin Global.
- Yukon Huang is a senior fellow with the Asia program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
- Kristen Hopewell is a senior lecturer in International Political Economy at the University of Edinburgh and the author of “Breaking the WTO: How Emerging Powers Disrupted the Neoliberal Project.”
- Jeff Moon is a China trade and government affairs specialist, who served as the former Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for China.
Is Beijing going back to the future with its ‘Made in China 2025’ plan? https://t.co/f6ghmrbD1O
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Martin Wolf: 'Sometimes, the action seems intended to force China to eliminate its bilateral surpluses with the US. Sometimes its aim seems to be to halt its “Made in China 2025” programme… The first aim is ridiculous; the second is non-negotiable.' https://t.co/eKod9FfoGa pic.twitter.com/BkPOqzhYiY
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"We are in a different time now, and China has found its own way to be innovative."https://t.co/xbZSitPk4s
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