• The center will open to the public in September, and will provide robotics developers a place to exhibit and sell their latest models. The robots will cater to different industrial sectors, including automobiles, furniture and machine tools.
  • Officials said that they will allow only vendors of well-known brands to join and a total of 30 Chinese and foreign brands have already been selected for the initial phase.
  • According to the International Federation of Robotics, about 400,000 industrial robots will have been purchased by China by 2017; while last year, only some 56,000 industrial robots were sold in the Chinese market, up 54 percent annually.

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