China to Further Promote its National Quality Assurance System11. October 2017
On September 6, 2017 the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China held a training seminar under the leadership of Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang. The aim of that meeting was the expansion of state support for the national quality assurance system, increased supervision and control by authorities and the improvement of the quality of Made in China products by continuous development and learning. The meeting was attended by a number of top-ranking leaders of the Party, as well as representatives of Chinese supervisory and certification authorities, such as AQSIQ (General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine) and CQC (China Quality Certification Center).
According to Prime Minister Li Keqiang, the strengthening of the national quality assurance and control system also includes the simplification and reform of administrative structures. The regulatory requirements for certain certifications and licensing are also to be simplified. In summary, the Chinese Government intends to increase the quality of Chinese production while ensuring fair production conditions for all Chinese manufacturers. Both the national and the international competitiveness of Chinese manufacturers should be encouraged by this.
In an earlier news article, we reported on the interim report on compliance with quality standards in the first half of 2017 issued by AQSIQ. One of the most important quality assurance certifications in China is the CCC certification.
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