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Govt to focus on modern industrial system, new quality productive forces

By Fan Feifei | | Updated: 2024-03-05 11:25
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Robots seen on the assembly line of automaker FAW Group in Changchun, Jilin province. XU CHANG/XINHUA

China will make further efforts to accelerate the establishment of a modern industrial system and develop new quality productive forces at a faster pace, according to this year's Government Work Report released on Tuesday.

The country will carry out technology transformation and upgrading in the manufacturing sector, foster and build up advanced manufacturing clusters, and develop national demonstration zones for new industrialization, as part of its broader push to make traditional industries higher-end, smarter and more eco-friendly, the report said.

Heightened efforts should be made to formulate policies to support the high-quality development of the digital economy, develop digital industries, transform traditional industries with digital technologies, and fully integrate digital technologies into the real economy.

The report also said China will step up the research and development, and application of big data and artificial intelligence, launch an AI Plus initiative, and build digital industry clusters with international competitiveness.

It will also support platform enterprises in playing their part in promoting innovation, boosting employment, and competing on the international stage.

More push is also needed to improve basic data systems and vigorously promote the development, openness, distribution, and utilization of data, as well as develop future-oriented digital infrastructure appropriately and work faster to create a nationally unified computational system, according to the report.

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