A visitor experiences a virtual reality headset at the 4th China International Import Expo in Shanghai on November 6. China’s innovative economy is mostly market-oriented rather than state-driven. Photo: Xinhua
A visitor experiences a virtual reality headset at the 4th China International Import Expo in Shanghai on November 6. China’s innovative economy is mostly market-oriented rather than state-driven. Photo: Xinhua
G. Bin Zhao
Opinion

Opinion

The View by G. Bin Zhao

Five reasons China’s shift to an innovation-based economy will succeed

  • Even amid rising geopolitical competition, it’s a question of when – not if – China will transform itself
  • Despite its progress, China needs to improve its ability to transform scientific and technological achievements into products and services

A visitor experiences a virtual reality headset at the 4th China International Import Expo in Shanghai on November 6. China’s innovative economy is mostly market-oriented rather than state-driven. Photo: Xinhua
A visitor experiences a virtual reality headset at the 4th China International Import Expo in Shanghai on November 6. China’s innovative economy is mostly market-oriented rather than state-driven. Photo: Xinhua
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