China to Push Forward the Integration of Internet and Traditional Industries
Based on the action plan, China is pushing forward the integration of the internet and traditional industries to fuel expansion from consumption industries then to manufacturing. The plan will also develop targets and support measures for key factors that the government hopes to establish new industrial models by integrating the internet this including mass entrepreneurship, innovation, agriculture, manufacturing, finance, energy, public services, e-commerce, logistics, biology, artificial intelligence and traffic.
The government aims to further deepen integration of the internet with economic and social sectors and make new industrial modes to be the main driving force by 2018. Then by 2025 Internet Plus will be the new model and the driving force for economic and social innovation and development. China will be able to solidify its development based on promoting internet technology infrastructure that will tackle technological bottlenecks of industries that will strengthen risk control.
An impetus to innovation will also be added by the government and enterprises are encouraged to rate platforms and weave networks for innovation. Industrial standards are formulated for the integration of the internet and industries while the intellectual property rights are protected. China will also be clearing barriers and lower limits for the market entry of internet plus related products that will optimize the credit system and draft a big dat a strategy and promote legal services.