#heiseshow: What it means when China becomes a world power of technical standards

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China is currently trying to become one of the world’s leading power, if not the world’s leading power, in a wide variety of fields, and ultimately even to leave the USA behind. One of these areas that has received little attention so far is that of setting standards for industry and technology. Once the Middle Kingdom can set standards, it will be able to underpin the aspired global leadership claim much better. How China is proceeding and what further steps are planned, we will discuss in a new episode of the #heiseshow. It will also be about what the plans and their implementation mean for Germany.

What exactly is China planning and how is the country already proceeding? What standards and norms are we talking about, what significance do they have? What time periods are we talking about here? How does the attempt to become a world power in standardization fit into other initiatives in the Middle Kingdom? What successes has the country already had? What does the procedure mean for the rest of the world, what are the advantages and disadvantages? Which fields of technology are currently involved, which are already emerging?

Jürgen Kuri (@jkuri) and Martin Holland (@fingolas) with the freelance journalist Stefan Krempl (@sonstso_sk) in a new episode of #heiseshow.

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