Made in China 2025
“Made in China 2025” is the Chinese version of “Industry 4.0”, which was approved by Premier Li Keqiang and was announced by the State Council on May 8, 2015. The plan proposes the Three-step Strategy of building a strong country in three decades, which serves as the platform of action for the first ten years. “Strategic Planning of 2025 Made in China” includes ten major industries, including a new generation of information technology industry, high-end CNC machine tools and robots, Marine engineering equipment and ships, rail transportation equipment, and advanced high technology, advanced rail transportation equipment, energy saving and new energy vehicles, electric power equipment, agricultural machinery and equipment, new materials, biological medicine and high performance medical devices.
CBBC Made in China 2025 Report
The China-Britain Business Council’s new report, ‘Made in China 2025’, compiled with the support of UK Department for International Trade, was formally launched in May 2016. The report introduces the background to China’s state-level ‘Made in China 2025’ initiative, describing the status quo and predicted future trends in the 10 priority sectors and the supporting policies adopted by regional governments, as well as our analysis of the opportunities and challenges British companies will encounter as this long-term development plan unfolds.
The report also analyses the UK’s strengths in the 10 corresponding sectors – including technological capabilities, research capacity and the major British players each field – as well as the UK catapult centre model.
The prime objective of the report is to help the two sides understand each other better, helping British companies understand what China needs in order to move up the value chain and achieve the goals of the MIC 2025 plan, while also demonstrating to Chinese companies the UK’s technological and research prowess and its experience in developing smart manufacturing. The report will be made available to download on CBBC’s website www.CBBC.org
09:30-09:35: Consul-General, British Consulate-General Chongqing
09:35-09:40: Welcome Speech by leader from Chongqing Provincial Economic and Information Commission
09:40-09:45: Welcome speech by David Bull, Deputy Director for China (Advanced Manufacturing & Transport), Department for International Trade (DIT)
09:45-09:50: Welcome speech by Mr. Jiang Hongbo, General Manager of International Business, Chongqing SinoDyna Technology Transfer Service Center
09:50-10:05: Mr Mark Xu, Assistant Director, Sector lead for Advanced Manufacturing and Transportation
10:05-10:20: Keynote speech by UK company
10:20-10:35: Ms Qingyun Ma, Chief Representative in Chongqing, Wales Government
10:35-10:55: Tea Break
10:55-11:10: Keynote speech by UK company
11:10-11:30: Chinese companies Introduction(TBC)
11:30-12:00: Free Discussion
12:00-14:00: Business Lunch
14:00-16:00: Site visit for UK companies and speakers to the Hi-Tech Zone
10:20-10:35: 英国威尔士政府重庆办公室首席代表 马青云