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On the 29th of November, 2016, the Chinese State Council released its subplan for 'Strategic Emerging Industries' (SEIs), detailing how the 13th Five-Year Plan will be implemented in said industries.
Industries included are those deemed at the absolute cutting edge, technologically speaking, that also have been deemed as potential GDP-contributors by the Chinese powers-at-be. This in turn means a firm must be domestic to be eligible (lest it contribute to another nation's GDP).
The plan promises 'active support for the direct financing of [eligible] firms'. Such financing can take one of several forms, including:
Examples of SEIs mentioned in the Plan:
There are also several sweeping targets for the policy, such as the integration of the internet in practically everything, from industrial manufacturing to school enrolment.
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