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"China's progress in innovation is impressive, and it's the only country where the innovation index continues to climb." On July 10th, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) released the 2018 Global Innovation Index Report (GII), and the report showed that China rose to the world's most innovative top 20 economies, ranking 17th. In response to this, Sacha Wunsch-Vincent, Director of Comprehensive Indicators Research Division under WIPO Economics and Statistics Department, siad above.
"Just as I saw during my visits to China, China's innovation is shifting from quantitative growth to quality improvement. This transformation is increasingly recognized by the international community," Sacha Wunsch-Vincent indicated that China has not only climbed continuously in the comprehensive ranking, but also has had a good performance in terms of input sub-index, output sub-index and benefit sub-index, among which in single indicators such as innovation benefits, original industrial design and creative product export as well as knowledge and technology output, China has come out on top and thus has become one of the global innovation leaders.