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Is concern over ‘Made in China 2025’ justified?

From playing cards and plastic straws to new energy vehicles and advanced robotics, China is looking to drastically transform its manufacturing industry. For years China’s economy has been driven by cheap export items that have found there way into the homes of people around the world, and subsequently engendered a stereotyping of Chinese products as tacky and dispensable. Yet with any major economic growth comes an inevitable restructuring, and for China, that process has been neatly wrapped up and branded ‘Made in China 2025’.

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