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Firms to replace human labor with machines
    2018-January-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

OVER 600 enterprises in Shenzhen are expected to replace human labor with automatic machines by the end of 2020, according to a plan released along with the latest government bulletin publicized Wednesday, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.

The newly released plan was drafted in a bid to increase effective industrial investment in Shenzhen. An array of measures will be taken to enhance technological reconstruction.

The citywide investment in technological reconstruction will have accumulated to 60 billion yuan (US$9.21 billion) by the end of 2020, and the total industrial investment will reach 120 billion yuan. Part of the investment will be used to construct 100 digitized and intelligent factories.

Specifically, the plan focuses on the industries of intelligent manufacturing, green manufacturing, service manufacturing, fashion manufacturing and safety manufacturing, and will carry out measures, such as lowering the bar for application, streamlining application procedures and raising the amount of allowances, to enhance the city’s level of industry.

Technological reconstruction is an important way to speed up and optimize supply-side reform, according to the report. Shenzhen has been focusing on technological reconstruction since 1996 by rolling out related policies.

In addition to the decision to increase investment, the plan also includes measures to build an open, transparent, stable and predictable mechanism to support technological reconstruction projects.

The plan also addresses that it will emphasize major industrial projects and technological reconstruction projects.

(Zhang Qian)

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