Analysis on the Historical Evolution Characteristics of China's Industrialization Based on Open Conditions
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The first stage of the historical evolution of China's industrialization under open conditions is the transition from heavy industry to light industry during the period from the Sixth Five-Year Plan to the Eighth Five-Year Plan. Under this political and economic reform, the need to adjust the industrial structure of the national economy requires industrialization. The distribution and market advancement are targeted. The development trend of the national economy is inevitably adjusted in terms of industrial output value under the premise of actively utilizing foreign capital and market demand. The adjustment of industrial output value at this stage is reflected in the principle that the ratio of agricultural output value, light industrial output value and heavy industry output value tends to be balanced in the process of lowering the traditional heavy industry output value index. The balance between agricultural output value, light industrial output value and heavy industry output value is intrinsically linked with the promotion of market demand. Therefore, the industrialization transformation adjustment at this stage still has the characteristics of pursuing the development path of high-input and high-output industrialization. The background of industrialization adjustment in the second phase is based on the growth of domestic market demand and the impact of the global economy. On the basis of the fact that the reserves of domestic industrial resources have not met the demand for industrial output growth, the development path of industrialization is in line with the requirements of social and economic transformation and reform. The characteristics of the second phase of industrialization evolution are mainly characterized by the transformation characteristics of economic benefits, competitiveness and sustainable development compared with the first stage of epitaxial industrialization.
Open Condition, Industrialization, Evolutionary Characteristics