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Beyond the trade war: Made in China 2025, innovation and the 4.0 industrial revolution

At its seventh meeting, CEBRI’s China Analysis Group Meeting promoted insightful discussions on the characteristics of Chinese policymaking in science and technology, with particular emphasis on the formulation, implementation and global implications of the Made in China 2025 Plan. As such, in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, discussions encompassed the global trend towards digitization and informatization in manufacturing, as reflected in Chinese efforts towards upgrading its industry. Ultimately, this would respond to the Chinese goal of advancing to higher stages in global technological value chains and ensuring self-sufficiency in high-tech sectors.

At its seventh meeting, CEBRI’s China Analysis Group Meeting promoted insightful discussions on the characteristics of Chinese policymaking in science and technology, with particular emphasis on the formulation, implementation and global implications of the Made in China 2025 Plan. As such, in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, discussions encompassed the global trend towards digitization and informatization in manufacturing, as reflected in Chinese efforts towards upgrading its industry. Ultimately, this would respond to the Chinese goal of advancing to higher stages in global technological value chains and ensuring self-sufficiency in high-tech sectors.

Participants in this publication

Tatiana Rosito
Senior Fellow

Senior Advisor at the New Development Bank (NDB)

Joren Selleslaghs
PhD researcher on the EU's External Relations and Diplomacy at Leiden University

Margaret Myers
Director of the Latin America and the World Program at the Inter-American Dialogue

Mariano Laplane
Professor at Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)

Yan Li
Senior Researcher at the Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development (CASTED)

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