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On a recent press conference, Gu Xueming, a member of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference affirmed that China has retained its title as the world’s largest manufacturing entity for the 13th consecutive year.


Despite the nation is still recovering from the global pandemic, China’s manufacturing sector has been on a steady upward trajectory for the past few decades, fueled by factors such as a large, skilled workforce, supportive government policies, and a robust infrastructure.


The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on the global manufacturing industry, with many countries experiencing disruptions in supply chains and production processes. However, China was able to weather the storm and even capitalize on the situation, as many companies around the world turned to China for their manufacturing needs due to its strong infrastructure and ability to quickly adapt to changing circumstances.


Gu emphasized its commitment to free trade and openness, and has pledged to work with other countries to promote a more balanced and sustainable global economy.


With a focus on technological advancements and a commitment to quality and efficiency, China is well positioned to maintain its status as the world’s leading manufacturing entity for years to come.