Chinese people born in the 1980s were taught that China’s pillar industries are in the auto, construction, mechanical, electrical and petrochemical sectors, but the government is hoping that later generations learn something else.
The Chinese government is speeding up efforts to increase the proportion of emerging sectors in the country’s economy. It expects that when the children of the post-80s generation start school in a few years, they can learn about four new pillar industries — energy conservation and environmental protection, new-generation information technology, bio-tech industry and high-end equipment manufacturing.
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