Fursina, N
Kitaêznavčì doslìdžennâ 2021, 2:93-102
https://doi.org/10.51198/chinesest2021.02.068
Section: Political, Social and Economic Development of China
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: 

In modern conditions of dynamic development of the scientific and technical environment and the emergence of new challenges, the task is to ensure effective economic growth and use the innovative, economic, and social potential of the country. The article considers the main determinants in the military-industrial complex of China after the implementation of strategic reforms to realize the National Economic, Scientific, Technical, and Innovative potential in the context of global leadership. Modern China shows exceptionally high growth rates in all sectors of production: from agriculture and heavy industry to the development of new technologies in space and cyberspace. Financial stability, growing foreign investment, improved living standards, openness to international trade, and the development of science – intensive industries have all led to a profound transformation of the Chinese economy. The desire to modernize the country’s economy is based on the desire to ensure the country’s national security in a strategic context. The development of the National Military – Industrial Complex is one of the strategic directions for ensuring the national security of the state. Since 1998, Chinese Communist Party leaders have implemented economic reforms that also include a complete restructuring of the People’s Liberation Army of China (PLA). The main goal of the PLA reform is to increase the overall combat readiness of the PLA, adopt new operational concepts and expand the military presence of the PRC abroad by the people’s Liberation Army of China. The report of Chinese leader Xi Jinping to the 19th Party congress in 2017 identified China’s initiatives to further develop and strengthen the Armed Forces. China’s strategy involves focused efforts to accumulate, improve and utilize internal and external components in the context of long-term planning. China strives to develop its national economy by promoting its interests and ensuring national security. A comprehensive author’s study of the dynamics of the military-industrial complex in modern China in the context of global trends in the field of global security is focused on identifying priority areas of competitive advantages in the context of regional and global leadership. In the process of studying the key determinants of the development of the Chinese military-industrial complex industry in the context of world leadership, empirical methods, synthesis and analysis methods, as well as statistical data analysis were used. The leadership of modern China is moving to increasingly use military-technological advantages as a factor of global and regional leadership.

Keywords: globalization, innovation, military industrial complex, national security, scientific and technological progress

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