Manufacturing Better Outcomes
As Made-in-China products saturate markets around the globe, the Chinese Government hopes to further strengthen China's manufacturing prowess under the guidance of policy in order for the country to achieve general industrialization by 2025
Leaping into the First Echelon

China's manufacturing sector is in dire need of a makeover. With its economy entering the "new normal" phase, the country has to eliminate its outdated production capacity and upgrade the industrial sector. On the other hand, though dubbed a "world factory" for decades, the country is still faced with challenges from some industrial giants owing to its lack of core manufacturing technologies, low-end and low value-added industrial goods, as well as mounting production costs.

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Lead Sectors
- Information technology

- High-end numerical-control machinery and automation

- Aerospace and aviation equipment

- Maritime engineering equipment and hi-tech vessel manufacturing

- Advanced rail equipment

- Energy-saving vehicles

- Electrical equipment

- New materials

- Biomedicine and high-performance medical apparatus

- Agricultural equipment
Key Categories of Project
- Construction of innovation centers - Intelligent transformation

- Industrial foundation improvement

- Green manufacturing

- High-end equipment innovation
Major Tasks
- Improving the national innovation capability of the manufacturing industry

- Advancing the deep integration of informatization and industrialization

- Strengthening industrial foundations

- Ensuring quality and building up brands
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