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China unveils 5-year plan to become 'cyber power'

Monday 7 March 2016 | 14:29 CET | News
The Chinese government has released its blueprint for development between 2016 and 2020. China plans to become a world leader in semiconductors and in the next generation of chip materials, robotics, aviation equipment and satellites, Reuters report. In its new draft 5-year development plan released on 5 March, the Chinese government unveiled plans to use the internet to boost a slowing economy and make the country a cyber power.

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