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内容摘要:What happens to ‘Made in China 2025’ as trade war fears grow随着贸易战迫近“中国制造2025战略”会有什么变化?The objective of China’s version of the Fourth Industr...
What happens to ‘Made in China 2025’ as trade war fears grow


The objective of China’s version of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is to make the country more self-sufficient in a range of technologies and activities


Launched by Premier Li Keqiang in 2015, the “Made in China 2025" strategy aims to guide the country’s industrial modernisation, including the substitution of foreign technology with innovation developed on the mainland.


This strategy, known as the Chinese version of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, had initially raised concerns in the United States and European Union because of the mainland’s goal to wean itself off importing a range of technologies from leading foreign suppliers.


“Instead of moving ahead with the progressive market-based reforms announced at the Third Plenum in 2013, state planners are unfortunately falling back on the old approach of top-down decision-making,” Jörg Wuttke, the president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, said in a report.


The Mercator Institute for China Studies, a German think tank, described the strategy as “a forceful and smart challenge to the leading economies of today”.


That initiative, however, has proved to be prescient as China faces a potential trade war with the United States after US President Donald Trump announced plans to impose tariffs worth US$60 billion against goods imported from the mainland.


White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said the tariffs will be levied on products in the 10 areas identified in the “Made in China 2025” initiative.
Here are some salient points about that strategy.

白宫贸易顾问 彼得·纳瓦罗 称将对“中国制造2025”战略中确定的10个地区产品征收关税。

When did the initiative take effect?

The plan became effective immediately after Li’s presentation.
“We will implement the 'Made in China 2025' strategy, seek innovation-driven development, apply smart technologies, strengthen foundations, pursue green development and redouble our efforts to upgrade China from a manufacturer of quantity to one of quality,” Li said in his 2015 annual government work report.


How will the Trump administration’s tariff plan impact the strategy?

Despite advances it has made in hi-tech industries, China still depends on foreign technology transfer to push forward its own innovation agenda and next-generation manufacturing goals. As such, analysts said US tariff measures could hurt the implementation of China’s 2025 goals.


What are the 10 sectors covered by the strategy? 这一战略涵盖了哪十大领域?1)Next-generation information technology, including cybersecurity.
2) High-end numerical control tools and robotics, which provide China with greater manufacturing efficiency as labour costs rise.  
3) Aerospace equipment, which shows China’s determination to be a world leader in outer space exploration.
4) Ocean engineering equipment and hi-tech ships, signifying maritime security implications of China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea and the East China Sea.  
5) Advanced railway equipment, which shows how advanced China’s high-speed railway systems have become.
6) Energy-saving and new energy vehicles, which highlights China’s goal to replace traditional petrol vehicles with those that use alternative fuel.  
7) Power equipment, which are part of China’s implementation of clean power.
8) Agricultural machinery, which represents China’s advances in producing large tractors and high-performance combines.  
9) New materials, which include materials like graphene and nano materials.
10) Biomedicine and high-performance medical devices, which includes China’s development of advanced chemicals and medical equipment.

How is China implementing the plan?

The Chinese government is investing vast resources, including subsidies, loans and bonds, to support domestic hi-tech enterprises and encourage more Chinese firms to expand overseas and acquire foreign firms with cutting-edge technologies.
The total “Made in China 2025” is likely to exceed US$1.5 billion. Besides central government funding, Chinese local authorities have committed more than US$1.6 billion between 2016 and 2020.


What has China achieved so far?  

Initial positive results include advances in large aircraft manufacturing, semiconductor technologies, new material, aircraft engine and gas turbine, 5G mobile network equipment and new energy vehicles, according to Miao Wei, the Minister of Industry and Information Technology.
The government has also established five national manufacturing innovation centres and 48 provincial manufacturing innovation centres. China aims to set up around 40 national manufacturing innovation centres by 2025.


Rantap1 week 12 hours ago
The total “Made in China 2025” is likely to exceed US$1.5 billion.
Shouldn't that be trillion? Billions are peanuts today


[email protected]******1 week 1 day ago
The main reason why the US has a large trade deficit with China is that America refuses to sell any high tech goods to China since the latter joined the WTO in 2002. As gleaned from the recent US exports to China, they are still agricultural products, cars and Boeing planes. To achieve "Manufacture 2025", China needs to depend on its own R&D. Fortunately, during the past several decades, China has educated millions of Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology (SMET) graduates and there is high probability that the ambitious 2025 plan will be accomplished.


ARTAKHSHATHRA1 week 1 day ago
The plan looks awesome! I really wish to the chinese good luck with it.
I hope that they will succeed!


[email protected]******1 week 1 day ago
It's quite obvious now US is using Trade-War to camouflage its (with the contrivance of it's western lackeys, UK, France, Germany) true motive to abort the realization of Xi Jinping's Chinese Dream. But the trouble is China's progress is unstoppable. The West would only appear funny with all their dirty street-smart tricks.


Frankie Teo1 week 2 hours ago
While I agree with you on US posturing on this trade-war issue. I think China's progress might be a little too optimistic on this fourth industrial revolution. It 3 technologies CHinese are clearly behind: namely Quantum computing, Cyber-warfare technologies and SuperAI.
All 3 combo supremacy will dominate with so subtle stealth and brilliant manipulation, humans are incapable of detecting. China has the greatest risk of a SUperAI take over due to limited checks-and-balances and subdued secrecy of enforcement officials. China is not build with innovation but by copying and evolving with low cost output. Withiout a sustained and increasing R&D base, progress cannot accelerate but progress at single digit linear scale wih at most double digit profit levels. Inter-dependence on tech and trade need fine balances for both sides to succeed, they already know that.


djawa1 week 13 hours ago
Yes of course! DO you really think the USA will give up their number 1 position in the word to be number 2 to China? I dont think so.
Tariffs are just the start, recognition of Taiwan, creating trouble in your provinces, spreading the evil panacea of democracy and religion! Its all about to get a lot more shaky in China,,,


[email protected]******1 week 1 day ago
not contrivance but CONNIVANCE


shawn19801 week 1 day ago
Trump can try but it is very certain that his plan will not reduce trade deficit. If the Chinese airlines call Boeing to cancel future orders and channel the orders to Airbus, the trade deficit would be widened. Of course, there is no winner here except the European countries would keep quite and take the orders from China and US.


djawa1 week 13 hours ago
Why dont you make your airlines buy your own planes? How can you have an airforce and not even make your own passenger planes? Makes me think your airforce is probaby more of a danger to itself than to anyone else!






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