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China’s Plan to Build Its Own High-Tech Industries Worries Western Businesses

BEIJING — China has charted out a $300 billion plan to become nearly self-sufficient by 2025 in a range of important industries, from planes to computer chips to electric cars, as it looks to kick-start its next stage of economic development.

But big companies in the rest of the world worry that it is more than that: an unfair advantage in China’s home court, and perhaps elsewhere.

A report by a European business group on Tuesday said the “Made in China 2025” program, which c

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