Industrial science and technology policy was 「set up」 to promote manufacturing's role in the development of technology and product innovation activities.
Industrial science and technology policy was 「made」 to promote manufacturing's role in the development of technology and product innovation activities.
- ElisaLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
“Make policies” usually means making policies related to legislation.
For example: make foreign policy, make environmental policy, make monetary policy, etc.
Make = to establish or enact; put into existence
“Set policies” are used more loosely.
For example: set foreign policy, set policy for the business, etc.
Set = to establish for others to follow
Depending on where you use this, if industrial science and technology policy is made by the lawmaker, you can use either "make" or "set". Preferrably "make".
If industrial science and technology policy is set by a vice president (or a senior executive) of a company, it would be best to use "set" even though there is nothing wrong with using the word "make".
By the way, “we must meet the policies (that were) regulated in our contract” means:
合約內規定的政策. This would not be applicable in your case because contract is binding.
Regulate = to control by a rule, principle, method, etc.參考資料： Myself. Went abroad at age 11. With 32 years experience speaking and writing English. Tutored English as an Undergrad. A project manager in the US since 1992.
- ?Lv 61 0 年前
在國際貿易交易中, 當我們談到契約 contract 或 信用狀 L/C時
我們會用不同於 make 或 set up 的另一個英文 regulate .
比如說: We must meet the policies regulated in our contract.
或許你這句話用 regulated 會更有 power.