China's bold plans for manufacturing and technology leadership
October 5 | 11 a.m. ET | 15:00 GMT
Host: Tim Hanley, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge & Applications
From its decades-old position as the world's factory, China is undergoing profound changes to reshape its manufacturing sector in the context of accelerating technological disruption. What are the broader implications of this transformation for the global competitive landscape? We'll discuss:
- Made in China 2025, AI leadership by 2030, and other efforts to develop Industry 4.0 capabilities and products.
- Domestic investment, overseas acquisitions, and related trends in business activities.
- Impacts and opportunities for multinational companies on mainland China and globally.
Participants will gain insights for strategic planning with a forward look at China's published plans and realistic pathways to support future growth and competitiveness.