In the sixth episode of the China Economic Roundtable, an all-media speaking platform organized by Xinhua News Agency, industry experts offered valuable insights into China’s search for new quality productive forces and discussed the opportunities behind this movement .

No country has presented this theory of new quality productive forces as clearly and scientifically as China is doing now, said Keith Bennett, a longtime China expert based in London.

Ahmed Al-Husseini, a researcher at Cairo University and an expert on Chinese affairs, said that the concept of new quality productive forces concerns the shift from the concepts of mass production and “Made in China” to “Innovated in China”.

China’s deployment of new quality productive forces reflects its commitment to promoting innovation-driven development and upgrading its industrial structure, said Benjamin Mgana, editor-in-chief of foreign news at The Guardian in Tanzania.


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