Chinese firms have more than doubled their research and development programme spending over the last five years in a bid to make their own tech breakthroughs, the Nikkei reported.
Up until now Chinese companies have leant on Japanese, American and European technology to produce their products, the report went on, but the copycat strategy is not seen as feasible overseas. Companies listed in China spent $228 billion on research and development programmes in 2022, marking a 2.6-fold increase over the past five years.
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- By Sean O’Meara
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