A man works on the production line of new energy vehicles at a JAC Motors factory in Tongling City, in east China’s Anhui province, in August 2018. China has invested US$58.8 billion over the past decade in its electric vehicles industry. Photo: Xinhua
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

‘Made in China 2025’ is not unique, as US hawks insist, except in its effectiveness

  • David Dodwell says China should not be demonised for implementing an industrial policy, especially one that invests billions in technology, such as clean energy and electric vehicles, that could benefit the planet

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A man works on the production line of new energy vehicles at a JAC Motors factory in Tongling City, in east China’s Anhui province, in August 2018. China has invested US$58.8 billion over the past decade in its electric vehicles industry. Photo: Xinhua
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