How to shape the new advantages of made in China

2022-09-21
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How to shape the new advantages of made in China in the state of "squeezing at both ends"

how to shape the new advantages of made in China

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Introduction: the government work report puts forward that the scale of China's manufacturing industry leaps to the first place in the world, and the added value of high-tech manufacturing industry increases by 13.4% a year, becoming an important leader in the national economy Pillar industries. This statement made CPPCC members very excited. However, another fact makes people have to stay awake. China is not yet

according to the government work report, the scale of China's manufacturing industry has leapt to the first place in the world, and the added value of high-tech manufacturing has increased by 13.4% annually, becoming an important leading and pillar industry of the national economy. This statement made CPPCC members very excited. However, another fact makes people have to be sober. China is not a manufacturing power yet. Under the situation of the world economic downturn and export slowdown, the United States and other developed countries proposed to "return to manufacturing", and some multinational companies began to shift manufacturing links to Southeast Asia and other countries. At the same time, rising human costs and tighter resource constraints are squeezing the profits of made in China

in the face of the state of "extrusion at both ends" at home and abroad, how to shape the new plastic recycling granulator in China's manufacturing industry, and how to treat the waste plastics in daily life to generate the advantages of plastic raw materials needed by enterprises again? What answers did the CPPCC members participating in the two sessions give

Wang Xinkui, chairman and President of Shanghai WTO affairs consulting center, member of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference and chairman and President of Shanghai WTO affairs consulting center, has long been engaged in the study of economic globalization and the global trading system. He said that China's manufacturing industry should pay attention to the major changes taking place in the global industrial chain and value chain. Member Wang Xinkui pointed out, "After the international financial crisis in 2008, the world economy has shown three major trends: first, the international financial crisis has accelerated the manufacturing revolution in developed countries, and a new manufacturing development model combining intelligent manufacturing and digital services has emerged; second, the global value chain and industrial chain layout are quietly changing, and the global industrial layout model is changing from the original offshore transfer to the offshore transfer, and more and more multinational companies are transferring R & D and marketing The sales center and asset management center are transferred to places close to the market; Third, in line with the above changes, the rules of international trade and investment are also changing. " He pointed out that these changes put forward new and higher requirements for China's open economy

he suggested that we should promote the development of local global multinational enterprises. "At present, most of the global multinational companies are in developed countries, and the dominant power of the new round of Global trade rules is still in the hands of developed countries, because the global multinational companies of developed countries also occupy a dominant position in Global trade and investment." Therefore, he suggested that relevant government departments should actively create conditions to encourage enterprises to participate in the formulation of Global trade rules and play a more active role in the formulation of Global trade and investment rules

member Wang Ji, chairman of Dongfang Electric Group and member Yang Yuanqing, chairman and CEO of Lenovo Group - the manufacturing industry should take the road of independent innovation

since they come from the business community, Wang Ji, member of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference and chairman of Dongfang Electric Group, pays great attention to independent innovation

"the manufacturing industry should go to the high end, and the equipment manufacturing enterprises should work hard to build core competitiveness!" Wang Ji said that in the past, we bought technology from abroad. With the continuous strengthening and expansion of China's manufacturing industry, it is difficult to buy or even cannot buy core technology. We must adopt independent innovation. Fiber pulling out or matrix fiber separation often occur in the processing process; CFRP has high heat resistance and wear resistance. In the past, enterprises could only obtain financial support for R & D after receiving orders related to excessive production capacity caused by large-scale expansion. This kind of R & D was passive and could not go ahead of the market. "It is hoped that the state will give tax support to enterprises' independent innovation, and at the same time build a platform for innovators to find the support of innovative resources, so that innovative resources can be effectively combined with manufacturing resources." Wang Ji said

member Yang Yuanqing, chairman and CEO of Lenovo Group, admitted that the take-off of China's manufacturing industry used to rely on foreign large enterprises and brands to set up factories in China, but this advantage is easy to lose. Now, the cost of manufacturing in China is higher than that of some countries in Southeast Asia. He suggested that the government should introduce more incentive policies to cultivate more innovative enterprises and more internationally influential brands

"It is also very important for enterprises to have the ability of innovation and manufacturing. In the past few years, the PC industry has lost the spark of innovation, because these brand manufacturers are completely separated from production and manufacturing, do not directly contact with upstream component manufacturers, and lose sensitivity to the direction of innovation. In the end, not only production and manufacturing are outsourced, but also research and development are outsourced, which is divorced from market demand. Lenovo has never given up production Production and manufacturing, but I don't do 100% production and manufacturing. I do half of independent manufacturing and half of outsourcing, which makes Lenovo flexible and low-cost, without losing its innovation advantage. " Yang Yuanqing said

member Li Yizhong, deputy director of the Economic Committee of the CPPCC National Committee - the advantages of China's manufacturing industry are still

Li Yizhong, deputy director of the Economic Committee of the CPPCC National Committee, said that we should realistically analyze the challenges we face. At present, China's development costs are rising, some of which are rigid, such as labor costs and land costs. The advantages of China's manufacturing industry are weakening, and it is normal for multinational companies to move to countries with lower manufacturing costs such as Southeast Asia. "We don't need to panic. China's labor quality is higher than that of Southeast Asia and other countries, and China still has labor advantages."

he said, "the 'Reindustrialization' proposed by developed countries is both a challenge and inspiration for us. China is still in the middle of industrialization, and it still needs long-term and arduous efforts to basically realize industrialization by 2020. We need to transform and upgrade, shift from low-end to high-end, extend from manufacturing to service, strengthen and extend the industrial chain, and increase the added value of products."

"we should have a sense of urgency to change the mode and adjust the structure, and pay attention to developing our strengths and avoiding weaknesses, and give full play to our advantages. Although we are at the middle and low end of the industrial chain, the middle and low end does not mean that we are backward. Some of our product varieties, quality and brands are quite competitive in the world, and high-tech products have gradually become the dominant. Among export products, the electromechanical industry has accounted for one third."

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