Technological Superpower China
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Technological Superpower China

Jon Sigurdson, Jiang Jiang, Xinxin Kong, Yongzhong Wang and Yuli Tang

Technological Superpower China explores how China is becoming a technological superpower within the global economy by integrating its national R & D programmes with the innovation systems of national and international corporations. Jon Sigurdson provides a thorough and comprehensive analysis of China’s knowledge foundation in technology and R & D following its dynamic march forward in the early 1980s.
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Appendix: The 2020 Plan on Science and Technology

Jon Sigurdson, Jiang Jiang, Xinxin Kong, Yongzhong Wang and Yuli Tang


1 In 2003 Chinese science and technology agencies, researchers and scientists started to prepare the country’s long-term science and technology strategy plan for the period up to 2020. The details of the plan are being released during 2005. The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) provided the following outline in connection with the China–EU High-level Forum on S&T Strategy that was held in Beijing on 12–13 May 2005. PREPARATION OF CHINA’S NATIONAL MEDIUM- AND LONG-TERM S&T DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND ITS PROGRESS In June 2003 China launched the preparation of its national medium- and long-term S&T development plan. The preparation process has gone smoothly, and the plan is expected to be published soon. 1. Background The planning efforts launched in June 2003 for preparing a national S&T development plan will produce China’s first medium- and long-term S&T development plan in the new century. The new plan also marks China’s first S&T development guidance document since the establishment of its socialist market-economy system, and since its accession to the WTO. It will become the first S&T plan to be rolled off and implemented under the new administration. With a clearly defined historical mission to reflect its times, the preparation of the new S&T plan therefore constitutes a major event in China’s new-century modernization campaign. 1. Heading for the goal to build a well-to-do society. China has defined a development target of creating a well-to-do society by 2020, allowing its...

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