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Made in China 2025
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According to the British Financial Times, Chinese enterprises are beginning to take the lead in lithium batteries, a sector that has been dominated by Korean and Japanese manufacturers.

Data from Benchmark Mineral Intelligence shows that China’s output of lithium batteries will account for 62 percent of the world’s total by 2020, followed by the US (22 percent) and South Korea (13 percent).

In addition, the robot industry has become another highlight in China’s manufacturing upgrade. In 2016, the nation produced 72,400 industrial robots, up by 34.3 percent year on year, as shown by data from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

Xiong Yu, a professor at Northumbria University, said it would be a right direction for China to upgrade manufacturing with artificial intelligence, big data, and the internet, based on its huge domestic demand and strong technical ability.

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China is looking to change the negative connotations behind 'Made in China'.

State Council of the People's Republic of China

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