Made in China

Made in China

Made in China is one of the most recognized labels in the world. Because of the fast-growing China and its huge industrial manufacturing system, this label can be found on a wide range of goods, from clothing to electronic products. Made in China is a comprehensive commodity, which includes not only material components, but also cultural components and cultural connotations. While exporting material products, Made in China also exports humanities and culture and domestic commercial civilization to foreign countries. Products made in China are distributed all over the world. From “Made in China” to “Created in China”, China is changing the world’s innovation landscape.

In March 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology organized the revision of the “Made in China 2025” Provincial and Municipal Guidelines (2017). The guide aims to combine the key tasks of “Made in China 2025” with the resource endowments of various regions, avoid duplication of construction, highlight their expertise, and create a “new territory” for Made in China.

Made in China has made a huge contribution to the world. According to estimates by the United States, Made in China has reduced spending by US consumers by 700 billion US dollars in recent years. It is precisely at the same time that such a large amount of cheap Chinese products and Chinese resources are being consumed by enterprises in these countries, and Chinese manufacturing has impacted their domestic manufacturing to a certain extent. Because Chinese products are much lower in price than domestic products and are very affordable, stores in many countries generally have no income until the end of the year.

The world economy fell into a low ebb because of the subprime mortgage crisis in the United States. The three largest economies in the world: the United States, Europe, and Japan have sluggish demand, and China’s foreign trade orders for export manufacturing have decreased accordingly. Although China’s exports continued to grow in 2008, the growth rate has fallen sharply. This indicates that China may face a more difficult situation in 2009. The cost increase is also causing the difficulties of export manufacturing. This includes several aspects: rising prices of raw materials, energy and land, labor costs and environmental protection costs, and fewer and fewer tax incentives for exports. Low cost is the main weapon “Made in China” wins in international competition. Over the past 20 years, it has been cheap labor, land, and energy that have led the manufacturing industry to move from places such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Malaysia to mainland China. China is losing this competitive advantage.

The fundamental purpose of manufacturing enterprises is to meet the ever-changing needs of consumers with lower costs, higher quality, and more convenient ways. In the global market, consumers and corporate customers have become dominant. They can find the cheapest, best and most convenient products and services from various sales channels. Competition has not only spread across regions, but also across the world. To achieve the fundamental goal of such competition, it must be closely related to the manufacturing process to achieve this goal. The activity process of the general manufacturing industry can be broken down into continuous links such as raw material production, product design, procurement at all levels, warehousing and transportation, order processing, wholesale sales, and retail, that is, the supply chain process.

Manufacturing products have become the mainstay of export commodities, in exchange for a large amount of foreign exchange for the country; nearly half of my country’s fiscal revenue comes from industry; in 2010, the number of employees in industrial enterprises with annual main business income of more than 5 million yuan exceeded 90 million. , To solve the employment problem of a large number of urban population and rural surplus labor force, greatly alleviating the heavy employment pressure in our country.

Since the founding of the People’s Republic of my country, industrialization has become the main development direction of our country, and industry has gradually become a pillar industry of the national economy, and its dominant position has been significantly strengthened. In 2010, the industrial added value accounted for 40.1% of GDP, an increase of 22.5 percentage points from 17.6% in 1952.

Yang Yuanqing

In fact, the advantages of Chinese manufacturing are also very obvious. One is low cost, and the other is more important is that it has enough labor. “This is more important with sufficient labor, making the advantage of Chinese manufacturing more unbreakable, because this makes it possible to gather the entire supply chain of upstream and downstream manufacturing.

Now (the enterprise) can transfer a certain industry to some small countries and transfer a certain link in the supply chain, but if they want to transfer all of them, (these small countries) can’t afford and can’t afford it. He doesn’t have enough labor supply. ”