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Envisioning Innovation
As a top exporting country, China is already equipped with strong production capability, but continues to lag behind in innovative capability. Thus, the ability to innovate will to a large extent decide China's economic prospects
Growth Through Innovation

The allocation of scientific and technological resources is still too administration-driven, dispersed and repetitive, which has restrained China's innovative capability

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Engineering China's Science
The Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, home to the country's top scientific think tanks, are leading the way to China's future
No Limits
China advances confidently by manned spacecraft and submersible
Embracing the Recycling Way
Steering the country away from highly polluting and energy-depleting model
Let the EVs Roll
China's electric vehicle sector needs to slow down and embrace safe, stable development
A Further Step Into Space
The manned Shenzhou-9 showcases space-docking technologies
Foreign R&D Centers in China
- Innovation-friendly environment in China will not only benefit indigenous companies, but also attract foreign firms to engage in research and development in China. Official statistics show that in 1999, multinational corporations had no more than 30 research and development centers in China, whereas currently, more than 3,000 foreign companies have set up research and development centers in the country.

- On May 25, Microsoft's Asia-Pacific Research and Development Group Headquarters were officially opened in Beijing, symbolizing the company's focus on China as a key growth market and location for future innovation.
Brief Introduction to CAS and CAE
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), founded in November of 1949, is China's national academy for natural sciences. Headquartered in Beijing, it functions as the national scientific think tank, providing advisory and appraisal services on issues ranging from the national economy and social development to scientific and technological progress. Currently, it has 723 Chinese academicians and 64 foreign academicians.

The Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) is China's national academy for engineering. It was established in 1994, with the mission of initiating strategic studies and providing consultancy services for decision makers on the nation's key issues in engineering and technological sciences.
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Shenzhou-9 Safely Returns to Earth
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