Made in China 2025 will support the transformation

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Miao Wei: "made in China 2025" will support the transformation of resource-based cities

"the implementation of" made in China 2025 "is a major strategic department made by the CPC Central Committee and the State Council, so it is an ideal material agency to choose from in a harsh production environment, and it is also the first ten-year action program for China to achieve the strategic goal of building a powerful manufacturing country." Miao Wei, Minister of industry and information technology, said at the meeting of the fifth session of the 12th National People's Congress recently, "the fundamental purpose of implementing this strategy is to accelerate China's industrial transformation and upgrading and meet the domestic market demand for various equipment and industrial products."

for the development of new material industry, Miao Wei said that with the continuous breakthrough of new material technology and its wide application in various fields, the impact and role of new materials on the development of the whole industry and even the national economy are more important than in the past

according to him, at present, the State Council has approved the establishment of the national leading group for the development of new material industry. The new materials industry development guide has also been published. During the 13th Five Year Plan period, we will strengthen the division of labor and cooperation among departments, focus on key areas, and strive to achieve breakthroughs. According to the development characteristics of new materials, we will solve some common technical problems and improve the accuracy and effectiveness of policies from three aspects: advanced basic materials, key strategic materials and cutting-edge new materials. We will promote the implementation of policies related to new materials with the goal of solving application needs. We should be familiar with the fact that a part will reduce wear during operation. Through research, the first batch of new materials will be included in the scope of insurance compensation, so as to solve the problems faced by downstream users when new materials are first put on the market, such as "not daring to use, not easy to use" and so on

Miao Wei also said that in recent years, the technical level of the robot industry has been significantly improved and the service field has been further expanded. A few enterprises stand out and have certain international competitiveness. Industrial robots have been rapidly expanded from traditional automobile manufacturing to mechanical, electronic, chemical, and written promises with external insulation system quality assurance and maintenance, such as industry, light industry, shipbuilding, mining and other fields. The next step is to promote the establishment of robot innovation centers and enhance industrial innovation capabilities. Promote the application of robots in emerging industries and traditional manufacturing industries

he also revealed that the next step will be to give full play to the positive role of industrial policies in promoting the coordinated development of regional industries in the provinces with prominent characteristics of energy and resource-based industries in the northeast and northwest, as well as the provinces with a high proportion of heavy chemical industry, benefiting from the rise of EBITDA and the transformation and upgrading of key industries. The northeast and northwest regions will be supported to take the lead in launching a number of key projects of "made in China 2025" with good basic conditions and promising breakthroughs in the near future, and develop a number of advantageous industrial bases and professional subdivisions with outstanding economies of scale, as well as competitive characteristic advantageous industries. It will also work with relevant departments to support the construction of old industrial bases in Northeast, northwest and other regions and demonstration parks for industrial transformation and upgrading in resource exhausted cities

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