Research on Green Innovation of Traditional Manufacturing Enterprises in the Context of Supply Side Structural Reform

@inproceedings{Wei2017ResearchOG,
  title={Research on Green Innovation of Traditional Manufacturing Enterprises in the Context of Supply Side Structural Reform},
  author={Feng Mei Wei and Bo-ming Feng and Jian Wang and Yongyi Qin},
  year={2017}
}
With the government, enterprises and the public pay more and more attention to environmental protection, high energy, high emissions, and high pollution, the production cost of traditional manufacturing enterprises is rising sharply. Affected by the economic new normal, many of the traditional manufacturing enterprises are facing structural problems, such as excess production capacity, mismatch between supply and demand, insufficient competitiveness of high-tech products and so on. Combined… CONTINUE READING

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