From 1 to 4 November 2016, visitors will see what China’s industrial future looks like at the Shanghai International Exhibition Centre, where exhibitors at Deutsche Messe’s industrial trade fairs present products and services for China’s modernization. Wages are increasing, the middle class is expanding, and the demand for skilled labor is growing. At the same time, the years of mega growth are over. Yet China remains ambitious: compared to 2010, the average income as well as overall economic performance should double by 2020. With the initiative “Made in China 2025”, China is on the road to Industrie 4.0; automation, innovation, sustainability, and environmental protection are priorities. From 1 to 4 November 2016, visitors will see what China’s industrial future looks like at the Shanghai International Exhibition Centre, where exhibitors at Deutsche Messe’s industrial trade fairs present products and services for China’s modernization.
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