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China has been the largest market for industrial automation since 2013, installing more robots than Europe and the Americas combined.

Foreign suppliers are still a disproportionate share of the market, although Beijing wants to see more robots made domestically. Local share grew to 39% last year from 16% in 2015, thanks to a stream of activity from Chinese players and encouragement from government subsidies. But the median age of China’s robotics companies is just six years old, according to Gain & Co, a Danish consultancy that specialises in automation.

For more on how Chinese robotics firms are establishing themselves, WiC spoke with Emil Hauch Jensen, Gain & Co’s General Manager in China.

Click here for our Q&A.

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Steven Irvine, Editor



 
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