Zhang Yansheng, Secretary-General of the Academic Committee of China’s National Development and Reform Commission - The fourth round of the China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) started Thursday morning in Beijing. Among the many important topics of discussion at the talks, creating ways to enhance complementary cooperation between the industries of both countries must surely be the most important.
Complementary industries create a basis for cooperation
At present, Chinese industry is still in the era of the industrial economy, while the U.S. has entered the age of the knowledge economy. The two countries’ industry structures appear to complement each other perfectly and there are a number of reasons why it is important that they do so and continue to do so. Rest