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Guangdong aims at high-tech manufacturing

(People's Daily Online)    16:56, December 13, 2019

South China's Guangdong province will continue to pursue high-tech manufacturing to realize high-quality development. Guangdong Governor Ma Xingrui said the province will accelerate the development of strategic emerging industries and obtain the leading position in industrial development.

For years, the province has realized sound advanced and smart manufacturing, fostering a world-class advanced manufacturing cluster with an output value exceeding 1 trillion yuan.

In the first three quarters, the added value of high-tech manufacturing and advanced manufacturing accounted for 31.5 percent and 55.9 percent respectively of large-scale industrial enterprises.

The province's manufacturing has set new records. In Huawei's manufacturing plant in Dongguan, the Huawei P30 only requires an average of 28.5 seconds from the first point in the process of manufacturing all the way up until it is packaged and sealed in official boxes.

In a workshop of the smart factory of Midea Group, China's biggest maker of home appliances, in Shunde, only two workers check and monitor the production line of evaporator where over 200 robots work.

Gree Electric Appliances Inc., Chinese leading home appliances manufacturer, has licensed three patented technologies on rare-earth-free reluctance machines to Grundfos, the Denmark-based pump manufacturer, providing technical support for global energy conservation and emissions reduction. The Zhuhai-based company registers 22 patents on an average day, sharing its independent research and development results with the rest of the world.

It's worth requiring core technologies, nurturing our own research and development talents and developing our own technologies, said Gree president Dong Mingzhu.

The province has earmarked over 13 billion yuan for two rounds of three-year action plans for industrial technological transformation, benefiting more than 30,000 companies.

Amid daunting external challenges, Guangdong has also launched incentive measures to encourage the development of real economy and private sectors, attract foreign investment, cut taxes and fees and make financing easier for enterprises, creating favorable conditions for high-quality development in manufacturing.

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