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China plans incentives to develop new strategic sectors

BEIJING - THE Chinese government plans policy incentives to support new strategic industries, Chinese President Hu Jintao said through state television on Tuesday.

Mr Hu did not elaborate on the details of the incentives, but he stressed that China must develop new industries to rebalance its economy.

'It is a must for China to change its economic growth model,' Mr Hu told officials.

China plans to develop seven new strategic industries, including alternative energy, biotechnology and advanced equipment manufacturing, into pillars of the world's second-biggest economy that will help boost the country's competitiveness.

The industries labeled as strategic sectors have already enjoyed tax cuts, easy bank credit and other preferential treatment in land use and subsidies.

The government aims to boost the strategic industries'share of economic output to 8 per cent in 2015 and 15 per cent by 2020. -- REUTERS

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China plans incentives to develop new strategic sectors

BEIJING - THE Chinese government plans policy incentives to support new strategic industries, Chinese President Hu Jin-tao said through state television on Tuesday.

Mr Hu did not elaborate on the details of the incentives, but he stressed that China must develop new industries to rebalance its economy.

'It is a must for China to change its economic growth model,' Mr Hu told officials.

China plans to develop seven new strategic industries, including alternative energy, biotechnology and advanced equipment manufacturing, into pillars of the world's second-biggest economy that will help boost the country's competitiveness.

The industries labeled as strategic sectors have already enjoyed tax cuts, easy bank credit and other preferential treatment in land use and subsidies.

The government aims to boost the strategic industries'share of economic output to 8 per cent in 2015 and 15 per cent by 2020.

source: -- REUTERS

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