Please direct your interview requests to: Dr. Michaela Ölschläger, Communications Department, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, Tel. + 49 40 361 38 - 202, E-Mail: Michaela.Oelschlaeger@hk24.de
Exclusive interviews with high-ranking speakers will be available throughout the conference. Further information at https://www.hamburg-summit.com/en/media-centre/press/press-programme.html Please register with Dr. Michaela Ölschläger.
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Press work rooms
The press work rooms (“Elbe-Zimmer” and “Merkur-Zimmer”) provide a workspace for media representatives including a live feed from the main conference room and catering
On the first day of the “Hamburg Summit”, press representatives can access all rooms and floors except for the main conference room (Albert-Schäfer-Saal). This is due to capacity issues. However, all panels will be broadcasted live into the press work rooms. On the second day, press representatives will be granted access to all rooms and floors, except the main conference room (Albert-Schäfer-Saal) until 12:00 am. The Closing Lunch can be attended from the gallery on the first floor. There will be no access for press representatives in the Commerzsaal during the Closing Lunch.
Press meeting point
We will establish a press meeting point in the Commerzsaal, where press representatives and speakers/participants can meet and where possible interviews can be conducted in front of a representative background.
Tuesday, November 27, 10-11 am: “The evolution of Made in China 2025: Priority adjustments and implications for Europe’s innovation landscape” by MERICS (Plenarsaal; for further requires for this event please contact Claudia Wessling, email@example.com, Mobil: +49 171 834 77 04)
With the “Made in China 2025” strategy launched in 2015, the Chinese government has set out to turn the country from the world’s workbench into a “manufacturing superpower”. The overarching goal of the plan is to gain greater independence from foreign high-tech products and to, ultimately, become a global leader in future technologies. How far have Chinese industrial sectors gotten in reaching this ambitious goal? Recent MERICS research shows that in the process of implementing the multi-layered strategy priorities have changed as a reaction to internal and external pressures. At the same time, the progress of “Made in China 2025” has begun to affect the evolution of key technologies such as artificial intelligence and of emerging industries such as electronic vehicles on a global scale. Europe's innovation landscape is already feeling the heat. Max J. Zenglein, Senior Economist at MERICS, and Junior Research Associate Anna Holzmann will present their findings from recent research on Made in China 2025, that will later be published in a in-depth study by MERICS.
During the conference high-resolution pictures from the "Hamburg Summit" can be found in the Gallery on this website. Please use the following copyright note for the official "Hamburg Summit" pictures: Source: Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, Photographers: Roland Magunia / Krafft AngererFacts & Figures about Hamburg and China
Summary of panel discussions
A written summary of the panel discussions, including main statements of the speakers, is available shortly after the sessions at https://www.hamburg-summit.com/en/media-centre/media-coverage-hamburg-summit-2018.htm
Facts & Figures about Hamburg and China (in Chinese and English)
Additional information on Hamburg´s relations to China can be found here:
in Chinese: www.marketing.hamburg.de/hamburg-china.html
in English: https://marketing.hamburg.de/hamburg-china-en.html