Chinese regulators unveiled in October more detailed plans for transforming the country into an advanced manufacturing powerhouse.
Concerns about China’s environmental degradation continue to grow, prompting both government and industry to reduce environmental pollution. Six months after the enactment of China’s new Environmental Protection Law (EPL), the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) has shown the new teeth of the EPL by leveling hefty fines on a number of major polluters.
“Made in China 2025” got a boost on June 24 when the State Council formed a high-level interagency task force to direct the initiative, entitled the Leading Group for Creating a Strong Manufacturing Country. The new group will be responsible for reviewing and implementing the Made in China 2025 plan, a ten-year blueprint to increase China’s manufacturing competitiveness.