One of the major objectives of the program is increasing the export value of the high-tech products to about 60 percent of the total in the manufacturing-processing industry, increasing the proportion of the value of the high-tech agricultural production in the total agricultural production value, while creating new products and services with high added value.
The program targets the building of about 500 new high-tech product suppliers along with about 200 high-tech agricultural enterprises.
By 2030, three component programs are expected to be developed – one on technology research, application, and development from the Ministry of Science and Technology; another on developing a number of high-tech sectors from the Ministry of Industry and Trade; and a third on boosting high-tech agriculture, from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
To this end, the program provides a number of solutions, including completing institutions, supporting technology research and transfer, fostering links between businesses and science-technology organizations, and strengthening international cooperation in high technology.
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