In the scope of International Relationships China’s surfacing is discussed since 1978.
The country’s economic growth entailed an increase of the CO2 emissions and, in the addressing
of that issue, the Chinese government focused on ecologic policies and on evolving their
manufactures in order to become more efficient and greener. Through the 13th Five-Year Plan,
in 2016, the Chinese People’s Party (CPP) implemented the project Made in China (MIC 2025)
which aims towards fostering ten industrial segments. The present work focuses on the new
energy vehicle sector. In this scope, it applies relational theory with aims of analyzing how the
new energy vehicle sector within the MIC 2025 is pertinent for China’s international projection.
Throughout this work, the relational theory will also be presented contrasted to the classic
western international relationship theories; identifying Chinese governance from the history of
the CPP’s consolidation and the five-year plans; and analyzing the importance of the MIC 2025
in the new energy vehicles segment for China’s International Projection. This paper is
developed throughout qualitative and analytical methodologies of a specific case. The findings
show China’s emerging is based on its relationship modus towards international society and the
adscribement to the International System, helped by the new energy vehicles segment and their
relationships with structures and domestic and foreign actors provide the scope for sustainable
and economic global trends.