Premier Li urged universities to enhance innovation in research and development during visits to top Chinese universities.
Premier Li said China needs to step up efforts to encourage innovation to develop new locomotives for the economy.
A national scientific and technological innovation plan was issued, aimed at building China into an innovative country.
A guideline on China’s innovation-driven development has been published by the People’s Publishing House.
China has issued a national plan for national science development introducing mechanisms to motivate researchers.
A guideline to promote mass entrepreneurship and innovation was released by the State Council on March 11.
Fueled by the government’s strong emphasis on an innovation-driven economy, China for the first time joined the world’s top 25 most-innovative economies.
Innovation is thriving in China as a result of government measures but observers believe more must be done.
China’s high R&D spending and wave of new entrepreneurial businesses all signal that the country has the potential to occupy the forefront of global innovation.
The wide range of science & technology policies implemented and adjusted in the past three decades in China has had a direct impact on the outcomes that apply to innovation.
Entrepreneurship and innovation policy will enable China to seize the initiative in the next round of global economic recovery.
China has birthed some of Asia’s largest and most well-regarded technology corporations, from social media and gaming giant Tencent Holdings Ltd to e-commerce leader Alibaba.
China is clearly out to up its innovation game. It has access to talented engineers and scientists. It also has access to the capital needed to bring new ideas and startups to market.
Chinese government and citizens have both attached great importance in building-up innovation awareness and capabilities in recent years.