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With China witnessing consumption upgrade and industrial upgrade, foreign investment in high-tech industries rose 43 perc
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total FDI. The high-tech services sector received 97.4 billion yuan in FDI, up more than 63 percent.
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esources and in building partnerships with both Chinese and global companies across the country, he said.
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d to figure out how we can keep up or get ahead in this competitive environment.”
Zhang said the Swiss company will deploy more resources and s
亚博体育足彩app千花坊oftware engineers in both industrial and service robot development and production in Chi
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Eager to seize more share in China’s new energy vehicle market, California-b
ased Tesla Inc is expected to establish a $7.3 billion manufacturing facility in Shang
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actor boosting MNCs’ confidence in China is the establishment of more intellectual pro
perty rights courts at both central and provincial levels since the beginning of thi
s year. Experts have hailed this move as a notable step to protect IP rights.