Workers assemble engines at a Geely Automobile Manufacturing Plant in Zhejiang province in March 2017. The Made in China plan aims to accelerate innovation and upgrade the quality of manufacturing in the country. Photo: Shutterstock
Shang-Jin Wei
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Why Made in China 2025 should scare Donald Trump less than those betting on Chinese tech dominance

Shang-Jin Wei says the US president’s attacks on China’s strategic plan might lead to more intervention by Beijing, to the detriment of the country’s economy

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Workers assemble engines at a Geely Automobile Manufacturing Plant in Zhejiang province in March 2017. The Made in China plan aims to accelerate innovation and upgrade the quality of manufacturing in the country. Photo: Shutterstock
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