The government of Shanghai, China’s largest city, is pushing to become a leader in next-generation technologies like semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but companies first want to know how much money is on the table. Photo: Xinhua The government of Shanghai, China’s largest city, is pushing to become a leader in next-generation technologies like semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but companies first want to know how much money is on the table. Photo: Xinhua
The government of Shanghai, China’s largest city, is pushing to become a leader in next-generation technologies like semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but companies first want to know how much money is on the table. Photo: Xinhua

Shanghai wants to lead world in semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but plan to boost economy is light on detail

  • Companies are taking a wait-and-see approach to Shanghai’s plan to supercharge strategic emerging industries, which does not have a budget attached to it
  • Plans for company perks look similar to those in other cities, but Shanghai remains a national leader in target industries

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
The government of Shanghai, China’s largest city, is pushing to become a leader in next-generation technologies like semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but companies first want to know how much money is on the table. Photo: Xinhua The government of Shanghai, China’s largest city, is pushing to become a leader in next-generation technologies like semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but companies first want to know how much money is on the table. Photo: Xinhua
The government of Shanghai, China’s largest city, is pushing to become a leader in next-generation technologies like semiconductors, AI and electric cars, but companies first want to know how much money is on the table. Photo: Xinhua
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