On 7th March, the European Chamber released our first major publication of the year, China Manufacturing 2025: Putting Industrial Policy Ahead of Market .
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With its vast manufacturing base and diminishing workforce, China’s appetite for robots is rapidly increasing.
When China overtook Japan as the world’s second largest economy in 2011, labour shortages and rising wages were starting to emerge as serious concerns
To many, China Manufacturing 2025 (CM2025) appears to be an initiative purely for boosting domestic industrial capacity and creating national champions who can eventually dominate the global stage.
The 11th EU-China Business Summit took place on 13th July, 2016, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Following speeches given by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, more than 600 business leaders from Europe and China attended workshops on…
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’.