China’s 15-year science and technology plan

  title={China’s 15-year science and technology plan},
  author={Cong Cao and Richard P. Suttmeier and Denis Fred. Simon},
  journal={Physics Today},
As China implements its plan to improve scientific innovation, it will need to solve such political and economic problems as finding the proper balance between indigenous efforts and engagement with the global community. 

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