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Made in China 2025: Make or Break for Europe?

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TonyTib
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Re: The Emperor is far away and over the mountains
TonyTib   7/27/2017 3:35:34 PM
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Actually, there's quite a bit of squabbling between local (city) government, provincial government, and Bejing.  And how Beijing's decrees are interpreted varies quite a lot too.

So it's still a lot like the old saying The Emperor is far away and over the mountains

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Neo10   7/26/2017 11:41:13 PM
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"And while the German and other EU governments support Industry 4.0, MIC 2025 characteristically involves a much higher level of involvement on the part of Beijing"

What a lame statement, how can anything in China not be part of Beijing, when it participates even in specifying dietary guidelines for it's men and women in sports.

Their core expertise is bulk manufacture of things because of cheap labor and technologies made cheap by adoption.

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ubm112211   7/26/2017 2:30:37 AM
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this topic is getting boring. the chinese govt might be well daydreaming.

a more realistic tip for you to follow. 

recently there are some report about xmc/ymtc change of plan in share transfering. 

might be a signal on how this thing really works out.

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