Innovation & New Technologies: China–From “The World’s Factory” to “The World’s Laboratory”

Published: July 2014

China is facing major scientific and technological challenges abroad while locally catching up on both R&D and innovation. The reinforcement of policies to support innovation is one of the main priorities of the Chinese authorities’ “National Medium and Long Term Program for Science and Technology Development (2006-2020), released by the State Council” as was pointed out by the French Embassy in Beijing. Furthermore, “Apart from direct financing via programs of the government, policies to stimulate innovation have been implemented in various sectors such as taxation, intellectual property, business talents, popularization of sciences and new innovation platforms”.

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Connexions is CCIFC's business support magazine, which provides information about the French economy in China. Each issue focuses on a different growing industry in China and advises on business opportunities for francophone companies.

China is facing major scientific and technological challenges abroad while locally catching up on both R&D and innovation. The reinforcement of policies to support innovation is one of the main priorities of the Chinese authorities’ “National Medium and Long Term Program for Science and Technology Development (2006-2020), released by the State Council” as was pointed out by the French Embassy in Beijing. Furthermore, “Apart from direct financing via programs of the government, policies to stimulate innovation have been implemented in various sectors such as taxation, intellectual property, business talents, popularization of sciences and new innovation platforms”. 

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