Tag Archives: Made in China 2025

Are we part of the plan? China Manufacturing 2025: Putting Industrial Policy Ahead of Market Forces

On 7th March, the European Chamber released our first major publication of the year, China Manufacturing 2025: Putting Industrial Policy Ahead of Market .

Robotics Revolution: the Rise of China’s Intelligent Robotics Industry and the Role of Foreign Manufacturers

The Made in China 2025 (MiC2025) initiative will see as much as CNY 8 trillion invested over the next 10 years in order to transform China into a global, high-end manufacturing powerhouse.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?: future trends in the robotics industry

A great deal of money will be pouring into China’s robotics industry over the next few years, which will bring both opportunities and risks for foreign investors.

Electric arguments: disruptive electrification of Chinese urban mobility

The direct and indirect costs of air pollution in China are significant and growing with increased urbanisation and production.

Come Together: areas for future EU-China cooperation through smart manufacturing

On 19th May, 2015, China’s State Council unveiled their China Manufacturing 2025 strategy, also known as Made in China 2025 or the ‘fourth Industrial Revolution’.

China’s Multispeed Economy: opportunities and challenges in industrial products and services

Business leaders across China’s industrial landscape just waved goodbye to a challenging and, for many, probably a worse-than-expected 2015.

Time to raise your game

How IT can improve the efficiency, transparency and quality of manufacturing operations

Does Made in China 2025 Mean Not Made by Europeans?

The Chinese Government understands that in order to ensure continued economic growth and raise living standards its economy must ascend the value chain, so it came as no surprise when the State Council announced the Made in China 2025 initiative (2025 initiative) during the first…

The great leap from 2.0 to 4.0

How Made in China 2025 may require a back-to-basics approach