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Made in China: "the real economy" is smart

Abstract: today, from the "blue whale-1" drilling platform that can go down to the seabed to extract ice, to the "Tiangong-1" aircraft that can reach the nine heavens and the moon, and then to the "Fuxing" high-speed railway with the world's first commercial speed... These achievements show that made in China is stepping on the wave of the fourth industrial revolution, and is changing towards Chinese creation and Chinese intelligent manufacturing

before the first industrial revolution, made in China was a bright pearl in the world manufacturing industry - the white porcelain of Jingdezhen was sold overseas, the silk of Suzhou and Hangzhou was famous all over the world, and the tea of Southern Fujian was highly sought after. Statistics show that shortly after the first industrial revolution, China's total manufacturing output ranked first in the world. After the second industrial revolution and the third industrial revolution, "make in China" has become a synonym for low-cost manufacturing, branded with OEM, low quality, imitation and other marks

today, from the "lanjing-1" drilling platform that can go down to the sea to mine ice, to the "Tiangong-1" aircraft that can reach the nine heavens and the moon, and then to the "Fuxing" high-speed rail that is expressed by the head of the world's first polyurethane exterior wall insulation material production enterprise... These achievements show that made in China is stepping on the wave of the fourth industrial revolution, and is changing to made in China and made in China intelligently

scale first drives the recovery of the world economy

manufacturing industry is the main body of the national economy, the foundation of building a country, the instrument of rejuvenating a country, and the foundation of strengthening a country. "Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, China's manufacturing industry has maintained its first position in the world. It is a key engine for the development of the world economy, which has effectively driven the recovery of the world economy and provided a development model for emerging economies and developing countries." Zuo Shiquan, director of the Equipment Industry Research Institute of CCID Research Institute of the Ministry of industry and information technology, said

Xu Zhaoyuan, director of the Research Office of the industrial economy research department of the development research center of the State Council, said that in the past five years, made in China has faced the double attack of low-cost competition from Vietnam, India and other countries and the industrialization of remanufacturing in developed countries, but China's manufacturing industry has withstood the pressure, the status of a major manufacturing country has been further improved, and the competitiveness of manufacturing industry has been further enhanced

data show that in 2012, the total added value of China's manufacturing industry was $2.69 trillion, 35.6% higher than that of the United States; In 2016, the total added value of China's manufacturing industry was about US $3.7 trillion, about 67% higher than that of the United States, further widening the gap with the United States in the total amount of manufacturing industry

not only that, China has also built an independent and complete modern industrial system with 41 industrial categories, 201 medium categories and 581 sub categories, becoming the only country with all industrial categories in the United Nations Industrial Classification. Among more than 500 kinds of major industrial products, the output of more than 220 kinds ranks first in the world. A number of leading enterprises have grown rapidly, effectively driving the rapid rise of communication equipment, high-speed rail equipment, nuclear power equipment, construction machinery and other industries in global competition

in the past five years, the global economy has been depressed and the recovery is weak. The conflict game between "globalization" and "anti globalization" has become a significant feature in the development of global manufacturing industry. "Reindustrialization" and "deindustrialization" collide with each other, profoundly changing the geographical distribution and competition pattern of the global manufacturing industry

"over the past five years, the world competitiveness of made in China has not been weakened, but has been further enhanced." Xu Zhaoyuan said

in the traditional labor-intensive manufacturing industry, made in China has resisted the low-cost competition of Southeast Asian countries. Take clothing exports as an example. In 2012, China exported $113.8 billion in clothing, accounting for 40.4% of the total exports of all countries in the world; In 2016, China exported $101.9 billion in clothing, accounting for 40.8% of the total exports of countries around the world. Over the same period, India's total clothing exports increased from US $8.1 billion to US $11.2 billion, Vietnam increased from US $8 billion in 2012 to US $12 billion in 2015, and Indonesia remained at US $4.4 billion. Although India and Vietnam grew rapidly, there is still a big gap from China's clothing export scale

in the high-end equipment manufacturing industry, China has not only made a series of important breakthroughs in aerospace, large aircraft, high-speed rail, CNC machine tools, new energy vehicles and other fields, but also continuously increased the international share of high value-added industries. For example, the total export volume of China's machine tools in 2012 was US $2.7 billion, accounting for 5.0% of the global market share; In 2016, China's machine tool exports totaled US $3billion, accounting for 7.3% of the global market share

determined to innovate high-end equipment has made remarkable achievements

before 1949, China was known as the "universal Locomotive Museum". At that time, all trains in China came from more than 30 factories in 9 countries, but it was difficult to find the figure of made in China. On September 21, 2017, seven pairs of "Fuxing" multiple units roared past the Beijing Shanghai railway at a speed of 350 kilometers per hour, marking that China has become the country with the highest commercial operation speed of high-speed rail in the world. What is more proud is that the overall design of Fuxing, which has excellent parameters such as running resistance, energy consumption per 100 kilometers, noise and so on, as well as the key technologies such as vehicle body, bogie, traction, braking, and network, are all independently developed

only through continuous innovation can made in China change the current situation of being big but not strong, and reverse the world's impression of made in China as low-end and cheap in recent years. "China has become the second largest R & D investment country after the United States, and the intensity of R & D investment ranks in the forefront of developing countries. In the past five years, the pace of manufacturing in China towards the middle and high-end has accelerated significantly," made in China "has taken a key step towards" made in China "," made in China "and" made in China ", especially the innovative development of high-end equipment." Li Dong, director of the equipment industry department of the Ministry of industry and information technology, concluded

over the past five years, made in China has adhered to innovation driven, achieved important results in the transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry, and continuously improved the system of high-end equipment manufacturing. A number of high-end equipment products such as hydropower, ultra-high voltage, oil refining and chemical equipment, rail transit equipment have become "new business cards" made in China. The development level of key industries such as rail transit, iron and steel metallurgy, and ultra-high voltage power transmission and transformation has entered the international advanced level. Products such as the world's largest pressure rating 80000 ton die forging press and the original innovative nuclear power large open close heat treatment furnace have reached the international advanced level, China has the foundation and conditions to build a manufacturing power

"made in China has been at the forefront of the world in the fields of high-speed rail, Beidou system, supercomputers and so on." Weiyuhuai, senior vice president of Zhongcheng think tank, said. Not only that, fast radio telescope is known as "China's heavenly eye", which is the world's largest single aperture radio telescope with independent intellectual property rights in China. Its performance is 10 times higher than that of the American Arecibo 350 meter telescope, and it is second to none in the history of radio telescopes in the world; The "tianhe-2" supercomputer can beat the Titan supercomputer of the United States with a floating-point operation speed of 3386 million times per second, twice its speed...

today's China has significantly improved its position in global innovation. In the context of the new round of industrial revolution, the competition among countries is increasing. The manufacturing industry should not only have strong innovation ability, but also have the ability to transform innovation achievements into market applications too soon. Unicorn is regarded as an important symbol of the development of the new economy. In the list of "unicorn" global science and technology start-ups recently released by cbinsights, a global venture capital research institution, there are 214 companies with a market value of more than US $1billion, and 55 enterprises in China are listed, accounting for 25.7%, showing the strong innovation ability of Chinese enterprises

"we should introduce and learn from the world's advanced scientific and technological achievements, and we should take a road that our predecessors have not taken." p>

seize the opportunity, China is expected to overtake in the corner

in 2006, Lenovo became a computer technology sponsor for the Turin Winter Olympics. Yang Yuanqing, chairman and CEO of Lenovo Group, clearly remembered: "when foreign businessmen saw Lenovo computer for the first time, they all expressed doubts about this Chinese brand." Obviously, in the computer industry, which was still at the forefront of manufacturing at that time, made in China was still questioned

in 2017, Chinese enterprises performed well in 5g R & D and testing in the more cutting-edge mobile communication field. Among them, Huawei has shown comprehensive and leading technological innovation advantages, taking the lead in integrating all 5g key new air interface technologies, and a number of key technologies submitted have been adopted as 5g international core standards

in the past 11 years, the computer hardware once located at the high end of the value chain has long lost its popularity. In the new industrial revolution, a new hardware era combining artificial intelligence, big data, IOT and other new generation information technologies has arrived. In this era, it is not only Lenovo and Huawei that want to seek change, but also the whole made in China

in the fourth industrial revolution, where should made in China go? "We should promote the transformation from made in China to created in China, from Chinese speed to Chinese quality, and from Chinese products to Chinese brands." p>

the industry believes that the concept of "industry 4.0" proposed by Germany is the fourth industrial revolution led by intelligent manufacturing, and its core is digitalization, intellectualization and platformization. Zuo Shiquan said that this provided an unprecedented historical opportunity for the upgrading and development of China's manufacturing industry. Based on the strong industrial scale of China's manufacturing industry, broad demand market, the upsurge of innovation and entrepreneurship sweeping the country, rich capital strength and other development foundations, as well as the country's strong mobilization ability, China's ability and conditions to seize the new industrial revolution are the most complete since modern times. China is historically on the same track with western developed industrialized countries

various data and analysis show that made in China is expected to catch up with or even overtake on corners in the fourth industrial revolution. China's manufacturing industry has a huge scale and an industrial foundation to promote innovation. In the development of Internet platforms, made in China has a trend of catching up from behind. In 2016, among the 25 largest Internet platform enterprises in the world, apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook in the United States ranked among the top five in the world, while Tencent, Alibaba and Baidu in China ranked 6th, 7th and 14th respectively. Although there is still a big gap with the United States, they have far surpassed traditional manufacturing powers such as Japan, Germany and South Korea

"looking ahead, China has the ability to achieve disruptive changes in key technologies and applications through the fourth industrial revolution, and the construction of the 'the Belt and Road' will enable China's advantageous enterprises to go global and become an important force leading the new industrial revolution." Yang Fan, President of Zhongcheng think tank, said

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