China’s central government has dropped the “Made in China 2025” industrial strategy from its updated list of priorities for local governments to focus on.
Made in China 2025, cutting overcapacity in the steel and coal sectors, and promotion of public-private partnerships, which were on the 2016 list, was removed from the latest list released by the State Council earlier this week.
The State Council said it had retained 21 policy priorities set in 2016 and added nine more . . .
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