China's Digital Upgrade for Manufacturing - China 2025

Posted by Sabine Kempe on Monday March 05, 2018

Surpassing the United States in 2010, China’s manufacturing sector is now the largest in the world, with a total global Manufacturing Value Added (MVA) of USD 3.25 trillion in 2016, according to the World Bank.

China's government has committed to convert from a "high growth" to a "high quality growth" nation cemented in the 13th Five-Year-Plan. So how does this ambitious goal translate into the transformation of China's diverse manufacturing industry? Following our previous article on China's digitalization, let's have a look at the nation's digital upgrade plan for manufacturing - the "Made in China 2025" initiative.

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Tags: Industry 4.0, Manufacturing, Smart Manufacturing, China

Digitalization In China - Unlocking Growth For 2018 And Beyond

Posted by Sabine Kempe on Friday February 23, 2018

Until recently China has been tagged with economic recession factors such as regional disparities, an aging population, declining heavy-industrial sectors, bursting property bubbles, growth in debt levels, and considerable environmental issues. So how comes, it is now slightly ahead of its goal to double GDP between 2010 and 2020? President Xi's ambition to make China a “moderately prosperous country" is right on track and the country enters 2018 with robust economic-growth momentum. In this post, I want to retrace China's path to it's massive growth unlocked by a combination of several factors, one of which is the "Digital China" agenda.

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Tags: Smart Manufacturing, China

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