Of possible interest.
- Beijing downplayed its ‘Made in China 2025’ plan under pressure from the US, but is now aiming to rely on domestic production for 75 per cent of its key components
- Former minister Li Yizhon also said that China is planning to create 40 ‘national manufacturing innovation centers’ by 2025
ROBERT STEELE: In March of this year I will be in China lecturing on Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE), in Shanghai on the 25th and in Beijing on the 27th. By then my third and final book, REINVENTING ENGINEERING: The Ultimate Hack – Creating a Prosperous World at Peace with Open Source Everything, will have been published.