What is “Made in China”? Does it stand for quality clothes, shoes and hats with low prices? Or best-selling commodities that have become globally popular? It’s more than that.
High-speed railways, large passenger aircraft, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, supercomputers… you name it.
The Made in China 2025 strategy was included in the Government Work Report for three consecutive years. In 2015, the Made in China 2025 strategy was passed at a State Council executive meeting.
Premier Li Keqiang said the transformation and upgrading of China’s economy and realization of new-type industrialization depend on promoting Made in China.
The topic has been mentioned frequently at State Council executive meetings in recent years.
Efforts have been made in building corresponding policy systems, promoting craftsmanship and the “quality revolution” and strengthening the real economy and high-tech, electronic and equipment manufacturing.
High-tech, electronic and equipment manufacturing witnessed rapid growth.
We have not only competitive prices, but also quality products.
The Made in China 2025 strategy is an open initiative treating both domestic and foreign enterprises equally, and welcoming engagement from all small and medium-sized enterprises, innovative enterprises and startups.
Premier Li said industrial innovation boosted by Internet Plus, mass entrepreneurship and innovation as well as Made in China 2025, will trigger a “new industrial revolution”.
Since it’s turning a big manufacturing base into a manufacturing power, let’s hear it for “Made in China”.