Manufacture-learning-research Cooperation of the Government's Role and the Position in China
Cooperation in Manufacture -learning- research cooperation is a very important task in many countries around the world.UNESCO proposed “improve the promotion of Manufacture-learning- research cooperation projects” to developing countries, has played a very important role to accelerate the development of the promotion of Manufacture- learning-research cooperation. Many countries have attached great importance to promoting cooperation in order to get a favorable position in the international competition. To increase Manufacture- learning- research cooperation, the Chinese government has made great achievements, and through a series of policies, principles and standardization of construction, to help promote the development of the cooperative health. This article focuses on the role and position of the Chinese Government Cooperative Government to participate in the Cooperative’s role and status as well as the government of the important measures taken to promote Manufacture-learning-research cooperation.
Key words: Manufacture-learning-research cooperation; Rolesand policies; China
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