China's digital economy has grown exponentially in the past decade, becoming one of the country's dominant economic forces. As one of the world's largest investors in and adopters of digital technologies, China has the advantage of a large market of young consumers eager to embrace digital innovation, giving it the potential to drive rapid commercialization of digital business models.
Recently, the Central Committee of the CCP and the State Council jointly released a comprehensive plan for the overall layout of China's digital development, providing a detailed blueprint for the country's future digital economy development. This move is expected to not only boost the digital economy's high-quality development, but also create new business opportunities in fields like digital infrastructure, telecommunications, computing power, digital government affairs, and information technology applications. It is clear that the Chinese government sees the digital economy as a critical part of its national development strategy and intends to leverage technological innovation to drive productivity.
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