E3S Web Conf.
Volume 253, 20212021 International Conference on Environmental and Engineering Management (EEM 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Big Data Environment Management Application and Industry Research|
|Published online||06 May 2021|
Improve the Rapid Development of “High-tech” Industry Based on SWOT Model
School of Economics and Management Beijing Information Science & Technology University Beijing China
In order to promote the renewal and development of the capital city and avoid the "low-speed development trap" in the economy, the government proposed to use "high-tech" industries as the driving force to accelerate the construction of a "high-tech" industrial economic structure and increase investment in industrial innovation, so as to better guide and support overall and long-term development of economic and social. This article uses the SWOT analysis model, based on the actual development of Beijing’s industry, deeply analyzes the advantages, disadvantages, opportunities and challenges of the city’s development of "high-tech" industries, and proposes four aspects of countermeasure, such as improving fiscal and tax incentive policies, improving financing methods, optimizing industrial layout, promoting dual-chain integration. Beijing Municipal Government should speed up a reasonable "high-tech" industrial structure, give full play to the role of "high-tech" industries in "improving quality and efficiency" in Beijing's economic development, and then optimize and enhance the core functions of the capital.
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