The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) issued the “14th Five-Year Plan for Circular Economy Development” in July, and a resource recycling industry system will be basically established in 2025. By then, utilisation of steel scrap will reach 320 million mt. Based on the current annual consumption of steel scrap of about 230 million mt, the steel scrap market will grow by 40% within five years.
According to the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25), China is committed to following a new development paradigm and promoting high-quality development in the new era. Among other things, this requires scholars to develop a new pattern of research on Tibet. And scholars can do so by following certain principles.
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Updated: 2021-03-16 07:27
Visitors watch a robot's swordsmanship at a science and technology museum in Xiamen, Fujian province. [Photo/Xinhua] In the Government Work Report he delivered at the annual session of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, Premier Li Keqiang has highlighted the importance of propelling higher-quality development of the real economy with innovation as a driving force. Which will require deeper integration of innovation-led technology with the real economy.
Especially, in the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25), innovation in technology will help boost the real economy, and promote scientific research in industries to achieve higher-quality growth.
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On Thursday, China had formally approved the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025), the draft outline of which was passed by the National People’s Congress as it closed its six-day annual session. Among its key projects is the building of a hydropower base on the lower reaches of Yarlung-Zangbo which refers to the section of the river in Tibet just before it enters India in Arunachal Pradesh, a Sichuan-Tibet railway near the Indian border and a push for self-sufficiency in emerging industries such as Artificial Intelligence. A railway line would also be built from Xigaze in Tibet to Gyirong on the Tibet-Nepal border. Not only that, the FYP put emphasis on access to key border highways including the G219 national highway which runs along the entire length of India-China border in Xinjiang and Tibet. India had announced its concern over the building over four dams on the upper and middle reaches, the first of which was Zangmu that had been operationalized in 2015. Indian officials are monitoring flows of the river closely through individual assessments and hydrological data provided by China under a bilateral agreement.