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US blocks MadeIn-China2025, now China introduces Education-in-China2025 [Copy link] 中文

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US trys to stifle China industries. Now China introduces "Education in China 2025"

Basically shifts the innovations more in education sector, this way US and EU can't target it.

All high school in China will have required Microelectronics process and design courses.

Many research microfabrication R&D Fabs setup for Highschool and college learning. Real hands on experience. All fab equipment would be domestic produced.

Grass root movement at wide scale, No US trick can stop the rise of China.

People's Power at wide scale!!!

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"All high school in China will have required Microelectronics process and design courses"

Far from truth. Unless your "China" is the bubble of coastline industrial cities. You should visit some high school in rural mountains in Yunnan or Sichuan.

They fail to provide much more important skills than microelectronic design, which means that only the wealthy in wealthy cities will benefit from this, and gap between them and rest of the country only grows further.

That's not to say that some schools should not provide this kind of education, but it cannot be all high schools - not today and not by 2025.

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Basically shifts the innovations more in education sector, this way US and EU can't target it.


And that is rubbish too. You'd have well educated graduates (already from high scool), who would have immediate prospect for higher learning positions (or even straight to career) in higher income countries in west.

Salaries in China are on rise, but the talented will get better salaries and opportunities abroad than in China. Not to mentioned working in less polluted cities and decent working conditions.

I'm sure USA and Europe would welcome this move by China, since it gives them also better labor from Chinese immigrants.

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China should realized this and done it long time ago .. Anyway good to see China finally aware of this and hope it's not late ..

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This post was edited by sfphoto at 2018-4-18 16:05

Made in China 2025 is designed to upgrade domestic industries to serve domestic markets using indigenous designs and technologies. That means more R&D spending to develop indigenous brands, channels, designs and technologies.

Made in China 2025 is intended to restructure the economy away from low-cost manufacturing industries serving export markets to high-value technology and services industries serving domestic markets.

The Trump Administration is wrong to think that US-imposed trade tariffs on the industrial sectors included under Made in China 2025 will deter the restructuring of China’s economy. Almost all the industry sectors targeted for US trade tariffs are intended for the Chinese and not the US market, i.e., airplanes, high-speed rail, maglevs, semiconductors, robots, AI, biotech, etc. In some sectors such as high-speed rail, 4G/5G telecommunications, electric vehicles, maglevs, etc., China is already ahead of the USA.

Trump is blowing hot air which is just much ado about nothing.

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sfphoto Post time: 2018-4-18 04:12
Made in China 2025 is designed to upgrade domestic industries to serve domestic markets using indige ...
restructure the economy away from low-cost manufacturing industries serving export markets to high-value technology and services industries serving domestic markets.


China, like all countries, need to export something. Unless they resort to printing more money and collapsing to hyperinflation.

It is fine for China to move up in value chain to provide better products and services for its own citizens, but it cannot solely serve domestic markets.

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This post was edited by sfphoto at 2018-4-20 19:40
Jaaja Post time: 2018-4-19 10:51
China, like all countries, need to export something. Unless they resort to printing more money a ...

I am talking about the economic policy of export-oriented manufacturing industries which China has adopted for the past three decades. That economic policy has distorted the industrial development of China by impeding the creation of a national system of technogical innovation serving domestic markets as a means of establishing industry standards in China. What happened was that Deng’s market reforms opened up China’s manufacturing industries for foreign investors who only took advantage of low rent and cheap labor to produce consumer goods for export to Western markets. In other words, Western MNCs turned China into a cheap cog of the globalized economy, with questionable benefit to Chinese industries.

China only needed to export enough goods to earn the foreign exchange to buy the commodities needed for its infrastructure and manufacturing industries. What was missing from the Dengist market reforms was any national strategy of industrial development based on technological innovation. Instead, all they wanted was to export, export and export in order to pile up trillions of USD. How does that help China’s economic development? Nothing. All it did was to inflate the property markets in the coastal cities where these export industries were located. This is classic case of what Marx calls the Capitalist exploitation of Labor to accumulate Surplus Value in the form of trillions of USD. But every USD of exports generate excess liquidity that has to go somewhere. And where did it go? Real-estate speculation, conspicuous consumption and all kinds of vice industries.

That’s fool’s gold. It’s time for China to get out of the outsourcing business.



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