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Minister: China wants foreign firms’ help building innovation ecosystem

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  • Oct 22 2017 05:30About: 28 days ago
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A senior Chinese industrial official told the South China Morning Post that China welcomes foreign firms’ participation in its effort to develop its hi-tech prowess and said six foreign companies are leading or taking part in 15 projects for a new-generation mobile telecommunication network in the country.
Miao Wei, the minister of information and industrial technology and overseer of Beijing’s “Made in China 2025” plan, said China is cooperating with several countries,...

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senior Chinese industrial official told South China Morning Post that welcomes foreign firms’ participation effort develop hi-tech prowess said companies leading taking part projects new-generation mobile telecommunication network country. Miao Wei minister information technology overseer Beijing’s “Made 2025” plan cooperating with several countries...

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