back to article Top Chinese policy think tank’s new 15-year ‘smart economy’ plan admits US sanctions have hurt Huawei

A key Chinese policy think tank has delivered its full vision for how the nation can build a “smart economy” by the year 2035. The vision comes in a new white paper titled “New Infrastructure, New Opportunities: White Paper on China's Smart Economy Development” from the China Development Research Foundation (CDRF). The …

  1. six_tymes

    they love their back doors.

  2. IGotOut Silver badge

    The difference between China and the west.

    They have a fifteen year plan.

    We're lucky if we have a fifteen week plan.

    1. Yes Me Silver badge

      Re: The difference between China and the west.

      "They have a fifteen year plan." And at the end of it they will be ahead of the West in many aspects of hi tech, having learnt from the current trade war that Western countries are unreliable partners. Well done tRump, you helped to Make China Great Again!

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    "virtual tours of factories"

    I wonder if that will include the ones attached to the "reeducation" camps in Xinjiang and Tibet?

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    virtual digital assistants

    I do hope [1] these digital assistants will have some sort of built-in "political commissar" function.

    '

    [1] Not really.

  5. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Who remembers the early days of ordering exotic Chinese meals by numbers?

    Thanks for the brief synopsis on the new white paper titled “New Infrastructure, New Opportunities: White Paper on China's Smart Economy Development” from the China Development Research Foundation (CDRF), El Reg/Simon Sharwood, APAC Editor, but does anyone know if there is a full and accurate English translation of it for consumption and contemplation of interested Wild Wacky Westerners?

    It would save us having to make direct contact the China Development Research Foundation to discover if they have the original copy document available for viewing in English.

    I imagine I might be like most hanging around here in these parts ...... my Chinese is too rusty to be of any great assistance to me in translating the original and as for the likes of Google Translate and its stalemates, as good as they might be, even the smallest of mistakes makes things too easy to mislead, so such only hints at the flavour inside with no actual feel and real taste of the delights provided.

POST COMMENT House rules

Not a member of The Register? Create a new account here.

  • Enter your comment

  • Add an icon

Anonymous cowards cannot choose their icon

Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2021