Enquanto no Brasil as atuais autoridades de C&T se gabam do crescimento do número de artigos científicos do país, a China está se transformando numa potência de inovação!
Vejam o relatório abaixo da Thompson Reuters!
China Will Become the World’s Leading Innovator by 2012, Predicts Thomson Reuters “World IP Today” Report
08 Jun 2009
China, the stunning backdrop of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, has attracted attention and curiosity from around the world for its meteoric economic growth. As the increasing wealth of the population and improved standards of living offer visible signs of the country’s development, major changes have also gone on behind the scenes. China’s economy has shifted focus, moving away from traditional agriculture and manufacturing toward innovation-oriented activities. Since the Chinese economic reforms started in 1978, China has been transformed from a poor developing country into the world’s second-largest economy after the United States (U.S.).
In the recently published Thomson Reuters World IP Today report, “Patented in China — The Present and Future State of Innovation in China,” you’ll get an in-depth look at current and future patent trends, as well as the underlying causes of increased innovation in China, including economic and government policy factors.