The added value of high-tech manufacturing in August went up 6.1 percent year on year, 1.7 percentage points higher than that of all industrial enterprises above designated size, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed.
In breakdown, the medical equipment and manufacturing of apparatus and instruments industry climbed 11.8 percent, 3 percentage points higher than the figure recorded in July. Meanwhile, the computer and office equipment manufacturing industry expanded 4.5 percent, 1.2 percentage points higher than the previous month.
NBS data also showed a swift growth in high-tech and high value-added new industrial products. 3D printers led the growth by expanding 152.9 percent in August, followed by smart bands and solar industrial ultra-clear glass.