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TAISEI HOYAMA, Nikkei staff writer December 13, 2018 06:54 JST | China
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK -- China is planning to replace its signature "Made in China 2025" initiative with a new program promising greater access for foreign companies, U.S. media reported Wednesday.
The less-aggressive version of the industrial plan probably will be rolled out early next year, when the U.S. and China accelerate negotiations during a 90-day period.
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