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China and Germany to Carry Out Cooperation in "Industry 4.0"

2014/10/11

On October 10 local time, China and Germany announced in the Action Outline for China-Germany Cooperation issued after the third round of China-Germany inter-governmental consultations that the two countries will carry out the cooperation in "Industry 4.0", which is expected to become the new direction of China-Germany industrial cooperation in the future.

As concrete measures to promote China-Germany cooperation in "Industry 4.0", the two sides have specified the leading institutions responsible for carrying out the cooperation in the field, and decided to establish the China-Germany "Industry 4.0" dialogue. Both sides welcome enterprises of the two countries to conduct voluntary, equal and mutually beneficial cooperation in the field, and support enterprises and groups as well as trade associations of the two countries in enhancing communication. Thus, the two governments will provide more favorable framework conditions and policy support, and conduct more systematic and strategic cooperation focusing on "Industry 4.0" under the framework of China-Germany Standardization Cooperation Commission.

The two sides will take the opportunity of China acting as the cooperation partner of the 2015 Center for Office Automation, Information Technology and Telecommunication (CeBIT) in Hanover, Germany to further deepen the bilateral cooperation in such fields as mobile Internet, Internet of Things, cloud computing, and big data.

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