New developments indicate china is moving to delink its innovation and government procurement policies by us-china business council staff indigenous innovation, a policy concept that the prc government developed to boost the creation and commercialization of home-grown ideas and technology, is an integral component of prc technology and economic development policies. An evaluation of indigenous innovation policy in china ahrens (2010) proposed that government procurement the research received funding support from the national science foundation of china for project number 70932001 12 n evaluation of indigenous innovation policy in china 313. Over the past five years, china has adopted a range of policies designed to create indigenous innovation and reduce dependence on the west for advanced technologies and on the us in particular. Commission (ndrc) requesting a change in direction in china’s indigenous innovation policies, at least insofar as government procurement was concerned: we are deeply troubled by the joint circular (notice no 618) posted november 15, 2009 that would implement an indigenous innovation product accreditation system.
Trade groups are protesting an unprecedented new chinese policy that gives local it products preference for government contracts there, arguing that the rules will actually hamper innovation in. Background reading for the trade war with china firm meet china’s goal of raising its level of “indigenous” innovation) hasn’t signed on to the government procurement agreement. The path to prosperity and autonomy now became “indigenous innovation” (in chinese, zizhu chuagnxin), with a focus on helping chinese firms move up the value-chain to higher-value-added production activities. Furthering his emphasis on indigenous innovation and core technologies, xi sent a letter to a digital china summit in fuzhou, fujian, that featured private sector leaders including alibaba’s jack ma and tencent’s pony ma.
China’s government procurement and indigenous innovation summary indigenous innovation1 has become the greatest immediate source of economic friction between the united states and china this trend is not unique to these two countries policy makers globally are actively trying to stimulate domestic innovation. Oecd working papers on international investment, 2013/01, companies in government procurement such discrimination has taken place as part of china’s “indigenous innovation policy”, which until recently giving preference to domestic companies using new technology this policy has now been dropped. China’s “economic aggression” is denounced as threatening the us and the global economy the document notes that “china maintains an expansive set of government procurement. The chinese government unveiled its “indigenous innovation” campaign in 2006, with a goal of turning the country into a “science powerhouse” by 2020 through an emphasis on human capital approximately 7 million chinese citizens will graduate from college in 2014, up from just 11 million in 2001, and the country wants to lure back. Carnegie papers innovation and the visible hand china, indigenous innovation, and the role of government procurement nathaniel ahrens asia program number 114 n july 2010 government.
China’s search for renewable energy pragmatic techno-nationalism (2006–20) (mlp), to rapidly advance ‘‘indigenous innovation’’ in china in 2010, the government added a more focused plan to speed the chinese companies at the frontier of technological innovation as this essay. Science and technology have developed rapidly in china during the 1990s to 2010s the chinese government has placed emphasis through funding, reform, and societal status on science and technology as a fundamental part of the socio-economic development of the country as well as for national prestige. China has promoted indigenous innovation through an array of plans and measures in recent years however, the moves, and particularly the newly launched national indigenous product accreditation system, have caused widespread concern about trade protectionism among foreign firms. Indigenous innovation has achieved some progress, but it is far from successful partly due to policy incoherence, and partly due to the intensifying liberalisation pressures from china’s main trading partners.
Abstract in 2010 and 2011, foreign businesses and governments welcomed measures believed to dramatically reform a highly controversial branch of china’s indigenous innovation policy which provided government procurement preferences to applicants who can meet restrictive indigenous intellectual property (ip) rights requirements. In china, these measures primarily take the shape of government “local content” mandates and through the preferential treatment given to products officially classified as “national indigenous innovation products” (niip) in the government procurement process in the united states, they have taken the form of buy-local provisions and. There is also growing concern that the chinese governments indigenous innovation policies, which promote the development, commercialization, and purchase of chinese products and technologies, may create new barriers to us foreign direct investment and exports to china.
As china implements its plan to improve scientific innovation, it will need to solve such political and economic problems as finding the proper balance between indigenous efforts and engagement with the global community. Stanley lubman, a long-time specialist on chinese law, teaches at the university of california, berkeley, school of law and is the author of “bird in a cage: legal reform in china after mao,” (stanford university press, 1999) chinese government emphasis on giving priority to “indigenous. Unlike the china's indigenous innovation product accreditation program, when it comes to the us government procurement policy, it never consults any foreign company.