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The Factory of the World

China's economy boomed by becoming a leader in low-cost manufacturing.

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The Need for Skills

As wages rose and competition grew, China realized the need for a more skilled workforce

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Investing in Education

Friend or Foe? Talk about the consequences of choices. Leaving toys out might mean the "Clean-Up Monster" appears

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Building Innovation Hubs

Special economic zones were created to attract businesses and encourage research and development

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Bringing Back Talent

Programs were initiated to attract overseas Chinese scientists and entrepreneurs to return to China.

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High-Tech Focus

China shifted its focus from low-cost manufacturing to high-tech industries like artificial intelligence and green technology

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Growing Market

China's large and educated domestic market provides a strong foundation for innovation

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Challenges Remain

Unequal education quality, intellectual property concerns, and fostering a culture of creativity are ongoing hurdles.

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Aiming for Leadership

China aspires to be a global leader in innovation and a driving force in the knowledge economy

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A Long-Term Shift

This transition from "boom" to "brainpower" is an ongoing process with significant implications for China's future and the global economy

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