Chinese Engineering Innovation Plan

Posted on March 11, 2006  Comments (2)

Building a self-innovation China:

Self-innovation has become a top priority to advance science and technology in China. Chinese President Hu Jintao launched the drive to build China into a self-innovative country by the end of 2020 early this year during the first national science and technology conference in the 21st century.

Zhang Xiaoqiang, vice minister of Nat”™l Development & Reform Comm., said: “In the next five years, the central government will set up 100 state-level engineering laboratories and push for the construction of 50 state engineering project research centers in the fields of the Internet, coal mine gas monitoring and digital equipment. These moves will help build technological centers in several hundred large-scale enterprises in various sectors.”

2 Responses to “Chinese Engineering Innovation Plan”

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    September 22nd, 2006 @ 1:12 pm

    “The Chinese central government will invest at least 6 billion yuan (750 million U.S. dollars) in major scientific infrastructure projects in the next five years.”

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