A reporter operates a drone in Linyi, East China’s Shandong Province. File photo: VCG
Chinese participation in drone classification in international trade and its defense of the interests of the industry shows that the nation’s discursive power has strengthened in international trade rule-making and the progress of the country’s high-tech industries, Chinese experts told the Global Times on Thursday.
China’s DJI drone was classified a “flying camera,” the World Customs Organization Harmonized System Committee (HSC) determined in September.
Another innovative Chinese high-tech product has won a “passport” for international trade, the General Administration of Customs said on Monday.
“This is another triumph for ‘made in China’ in defense of the interests of its high-tech companies,” Ke Yubao, executive secretary general of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of China, told the Global Times on Thursday.
“We have seen more and more Chinese innovative products take the lead in the world now, but
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