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He Weiwen: Strong and Competitive Manufacture Industry Necessary to Fulfill China Dream

Tuesday,Aug 23, 2016

From: CCTV NEWS

 

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He Weiwen, a senior fellow at Center for China & Globalization (CCG) spoke on Global Business CCTV news program about “Made in China 2025” plan. He pointed out that Chinese government should create an ecological system of providing incentive for development of new technology under market competition. The government should expand the pilotcities beyond Ningbo for further development and realization of China Dream.

 

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