The Wall Street Journal reports, "'Made in China 2025,' a government-led industrial program at the center of the contentious U.S.-China trade dispute, is officially gone -- but in name only. During a nearly 100-minute speech to China's legislature Tuesday, Premier Li Keqiang dropped any reference to the plan that the Trump administration has criticized as a subsidy-stuffed program to make China a global technology leader at the expense of the U.S. The policy had been a highlight of Mr. Li's State-of-the-Nation-like address for three years running. Instead, Mr. Li said the government would promote advanced manufacturing. He ticked off a list of emerging industries to nurture -- next-generation information technology, high-end equipment, biomedicine and new-energy automobiles -- that were also in 'Made in China 2025' and with a similar goal: 'Buy China.' The government would 'work faster to make China strong in manufacturing,' Mr. Li told the roughly 3,000 delegates inside the Great Hall of the People. Beijing, he said, would 'encourage more domestic and foreign users to choose Chinese goods and services.'"