CHINA’S VISION TO BECOME A TECH POWER
China has an aim to be the world leader in the field of advanced industries like semiconductors & in the next generation of the chip materials, robotics, aviation equipment & the satellites as the government has said in the blueprint of its agenda for development between 2016 and 2020.
In the new draft, a five-year development plan unveiled on Saturday, Beijing which says that it aims to utilize the internet to boost the slowing economy & make the country as a Cyber power.
China has aims to boost the Research &Development spending 2.5 percent of the gross domestic product for a five year period as compared to 2.1 percent of GDP in 2011-2015.
Innovation is a primary way to force for the country’s development, Premier Li Keqiang has said this in a speech at the start of the yearly full session of the parliament.
China has hopped to marry its tech sector’s nimbleness & capability to gather & process the mountains of data to make other, traditional fields of the economy much more advanced & proper with an eye to shore up the slowing economy & help transition to a growth model which is driven much more by the services & consumption than by the exports & the investment.
Such a policy is known as Internet Plus which is also applicable to the government, health care & the education. As the technology has become to permeate each layer of the Chinese business & society, controlling technology & utilize the technology to exert the control to become the key priorities on the government.
China will implement the cyber power strategy which is a five year plan and said that underscoring the weight which Beijing delivers to the control the Internet, both for domestic national protection & has an important aim to become a powerful voice in the international governance of the websites.
China has aimed to enhance the internet control abilities which set up a network security review system by strengthening the cyberspace control & promote a multilateral, democratic & the transparent international internet governance system.
Such laws, rules & regulations will spark a fear among the foreign businesses who are operating in China & prompt the major powers to express their concern on Beijing over the three new and the planned laws which involve the one on counter-terrorism.
Such laws have codified sweeping powers for Govt. to deal with the perceived threats from a widespread censorship to the heightened control over various technologies.