Go Global 4.0
New Directions of China’s Investment Strategy
The extraordinary economic performance of China between the onset of the reform era in the early 1980s and the global financial crisis was mainly driven by export-led economic growth model, which was supported by high productivity of labour-intensive manufactures, low wages, and export-stimulating policies. In 1999, China carved out its “Go Global” strategy which bade farewell to the Mao-era mindset of self-reliance. It exhorted Chinese firms to take advantage of booming world trade to invest in global markets. Under the Xi–Li leadership, “Go Global” strategy has evolved to reflect domestic goals: moving from an investment- to an innovation-driven economy. Led by two high-profile initiatives—Belt and Road and Capacity Cooperation—Go Global strategy has changed China’s investment trends and patterns.
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