Over the coming decade, China will mature as an economic superpower and will shape global innovation. Today, we already see China’s shift away from low-end manufacturing and capital investment, as its labor force quits growing and other emerging markets gain a cost advantage. Continued growth of 6+ percent will require substantial increases in productivity. What are China’s key strengths and weaknesses when it comes to innovation? In what industries and competencies are China’s innovators most and least likely to succeed? What does this mean for non-Chinese competitors in our global economy? We’ll show you.
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