China is the world’s largest market for robotic systems.
With more than 100,000 robot companies competing in various areas, the market is booming.
But for some reason, China has decided to make robots too expensive.
In response, China is trying to make them competitive.
Robots are the future of commerce, according to a new report from McKinsey and Company.
The report notes that Chinese companies have invested in technologies that make robots cheaper and faster.
The robots can do things like perform tasks, like retrieving data, or perform tasks that humans do.
It can also do more tasks that are not possible on the human side, like walking or driving.
But it is expensive.
As a result, the robots are being bought and sold, and the robots end up becoming a monopoly of a handful of companies.
But McKinsey found that the robots have been making a lot of money.
Robots have become so cheap that even as the number of robotic companies grew, their market share declined, according the report.
This trend is likely to continue for some time.
For the next five years, the number one market for robot hardware will be China, according McKinsey’s report.
China will overtake the U.S. as the top robot market in 2020, with a market share of about 45 percent.
But the U, with an estimated 4 million robots, will be ahead.
China is also the biggest market for software, according a McKinsey report, and in 2019, China will be the second largest software market in the world.
The U. S. is the third largest software and hardware market in 2018, but it is still behind China.
McKinsey says China will have about 10 million software and software-related firms in 2020.
As of 2019, about 70 percent of China’s software and related firms were operating in China, compared to about 40 percent in the U., the McKinsey analysis found.
China’s technology industry will be worth $5 trillion to the Chinese economy by 2020, according one McKinsey analyst, with the U.’s market worth about $3 trillion.
The McKinsey analysts say China’s new leaders are making it clear that they want to make the robots cheap.
The Chinese government has been talking about robots as a major industry in the country for years.
This year, the government has created a robot-friendly National Science Foundation.
China has also launched a National Robotics Research Center in the capital, Beijing, which will help companies build robots that can perform tasks such as pulling levers, picking up boxes, and lifting objects.