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Huawei and Arthur D. little released the latest digital economy report

[low temperature end face friction and wear testing machine for measuring data temperature rise, friction coefficient and other values in Shenzhen, screen display end face friction and wear testing machine, China, July 29, 2020], Huawei released the latest digital economy development policy at the win-win future global online summit, making the variety and quality of large and medium-sized enterprises in our city reach the international and domestic advanced level. The Research Report "get rid of thinking patterns, return to prototype thinking, and find your journey of digital economy". From a forward-looking perspective, the report provides countries around the world with detailed digital transformation policy recommendations that are appropriate to their development

Huawei cooperates with thought leaders led by Arthur D. little to reach a consensus that improving digital infrastructure is the core of national ICT policy and the cornerstone of promoting national economic recovery and enhancing economic resilience

Ms. chenlifang, senior vice president and director of Huawei, said that Huawei has conducted business in more than 170 countries around the world, most of which have been operating for many years. We are deeply aware that every country is unique, and the challenges faced by its government leaders are also unique. We hope that this report can make a valuable contribution to policy discussion, inspire policy-making, promote more in-depth public-private sector cooperation, and create a better digital world

accelerating the transformation of the digital economy will promote industrial growth, improve productivity, improve social welfare, and benefit consumers by saving costs and time. A successful digital economy requires complete infrastructure and capabilities, but often countries have limited funds and insufficient resources. Rajesh duneja, a partner of Arthur D. little, said that taking Regel's experimental machine as an example, choosing key areas for development and determining priorities is the key

in the ICT industry value chain, the role of each country is different. Based on the analysis of more than 200 countries/regions, the joint research team has identified seven digital economy models for reference, and is committed to helping countries based on their own economic and technological status, make full use of their inherent advantages, and develop a digital economy value creation path that is most suitable for their national prototype. The seven national prototypes include innovation centers, efficient production and consumption countries, service countries, global factories, business centers, ICT consumer countries and ICT start-up countries

based on the leading factors of ICT value creation and ICT consumption level, define seven national prototypes

policymakers need to formulate policies, laws and regulations at the four interrelated levels of technology, capacity, ecosystem and industry, which will be the driving force supporting the national digital transformation. The report illustrates how countries can successfully transition across prototypes, guides customized digital strategies suitable for their countries, and presents best policy practices and research recommendations from around the world

download the full text link of the report

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