Made In China 2025 – Event In Milano
Published on July 4, 2017
The “Made in China 2025,” aims to modernize its manufacturing sector, transforming it into an innovative, high-quality, high-technology global competitor within a decade.
China’s government identified 10 key manufacturing sectors to focus on: information technology numerical control tools and robotics, aerospace equipment, ocean engineering and high-tech ships, railway equipment, energy-saving and new-energy vehicles, power equipment, new materials, biological medicine and medical devices and agricultural machinery.
This and more will be discussed during the meeting scheduled on July 12 at 9 am at Hotel Tocq, Alessio di Tocqueville 7 / D in Milan. During the event, two recent publications on this topic will be presented: China Manufacturing 2025 - Putting Industrial Policy Ahead of Market Forces, by the European Chamber of Commerce in China and issue number 159 of the Chinese World Magazine, Made in China 2025, edited by the Fondazione Italia Cina. The initiative, through various interventions, aims to provide interesting insights to discuss the opportunities and challenges that the Made in China 2025 plan represents for Europe and our country.
As a Chairman of the board of directors of EUCCC Shanghai chapter and Vice-President of EUCCC, I will be part of the panelists discussing about China 2025 EUCCC Study!