National Innovative Enterprises

In the [People's Republic of China], National Innovative Enterprises are a group of 91 companies chosen by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) from an original list of 103 firms following a two-year trial period. The government selected the first 103 firms – all of which have patented technologies, well-known brands, an international competitive edge and technological sustainable development potential – in July 2006. In 2008, it was hoped that there would be 500 enterprises of its kind over the next three to five years.

Partial list

  1. Chery Automobile
  2. China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation
  3. Chalco
  4. China Biotechnology Group Corporation
  5. Gezhouba Group
  6. China National Chemical Engineering
  7. China National Petroleum Corporation
  8. Chinanetcom
  9. Conch Group
  10. Datang Telecom
  11. FAW Group
  12. Zhejiang Geely Holding Group
  13. Haier
  14. Haitian Group of Ningbo
  15. Hanvon
  16. Hisense
  17. Hubei Yihua Group Limited Liability Company
  18. Hubei Dinglong Chemistry Company
  19. Huawei
  20. Inspur
  21. Jiangxi Changjiu Agrochemical Company
  22. Jinchuan Group
  23. Liaoning Oxiranchem Company
  24. Lenovo
  25. Ningxia Orient Tantalum Industry Company
  26. Baosteel
  27. Shenhua Group
  28. Sinosteel
  29. Yantai Wanhua Polyurethane
  30. Yutong Group
  31. ZTE
  32. Wuhan Iron and Steel

See also

References

  • http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bizchina/2008-07/29/content_6884509.htm
  • http://www.ipr.gov.cn/ipr/en/info/Article.jsp?a_no=12285&col_no=927&dir=200608
  • http://www.articlearchives.com/asia/northern-asia-china-northeast/2125869-1.html
  • http://english.wh.gov.cn/html/Wuhan_News/Wuhan_News/20080222/1044.html
  • http://en.bl.gov.cn/doc/jrbl/2008_8_12/414683.shtml
  • http://www.china.org.cn/business/news/2008-07/29/content_16088349.htm
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