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China unveils its vision to become a global technological power
China yesterday put its development plan between 2016 and 2020, Beijing aims through the new draft plan is extended to five years to use the Internet to support a slowing economy and make the country a technical force.
China is working to become one of the first world leader in the field of advanced industrial countries, such as semiconductor chips and robots and aviation equipment and satellites.
The Chinese government continues spending on research and development and has allocated 2.5 percent of GDP next five-year period, compared with the allocation of 2.1 percent of GDP between 2011 and 2015.
China hopes to benefit from the technology sector and the ability of all large amounts of data in the advancement of the economy of the rest of the other regions, and make commercial and industrial areas more advanced and efficient.
This policy applies known as the Internet Plus “Internet Plus” on various fields, including government, health care and education sector.
The government’s ability to control technology and uses a key priority, after the arrival of technology every strata of society, including the Chinese business and society in general.
The five-year plan that China will carry out cyber task force, stressing give Beijing control of the Internet, both to serve the national security and in order to become a strong player in the international management of the Internet.
China aims according to plan to increase their ability to control the Internet and the establishment of a review of network security and strengthen the control of cyberspace and strengthen the system of international management transparent democratic parties of the Internet system.
And it raised the laws and regulations of cyber security fear among foreign companies operating in China, and pushed the major powers to express concern about the three new laws the government plans to release one of them regards the fight against terrorism.
And these laws give sweeping powers to the government to counter perceived threats by extensive control and monitoring of stressing certain technologies.Viewing:-92
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