In this Aug. 21, 2015 photo, a Chinese man works amid orange robot arms at Rapoo Technology factory in southern Chinese industrial boomtown of Shenzhen. Factories in China are rapidly replacing those workers with automation, a pivot that’s encouraged by rising wages and new official directives aimed at helping the country move away from low-cost manufacturing as the supply of young, pliant workers shrinks. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

The geoeconomic impact of “Made in China 2025”

17th March 2019 | Reading Time: < 1 minute   32 Views
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The “Made in China 2025” plan is a comprehensive ten-year-long initiative launched by the Chinese government in 2015 to upgrade the country’s economy by promoting innovation. But what’s the status of this plan and will it succeed?

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