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China to enhance information-based quality standardization

By Zhang Yue | | Updated: 2017-09-08 16:12

China's quality standardization procedures will be enhanced by greater access and use of information, especially in the aviation and rail sectors as well as the internet of things, a government official said.

Tian Shihong, director of the China's Standardization Administration, made the remarks when addressing a press conference held by the State Council's information office on Friday.

He said China has always attached great importance on quality control, and has managed to build a quality recognition system that is in line with international standards.

So far, China as issued a total of 454,000 certificates on product quality management to more than 429,000 organizations, the highest of any country.

"Yet we should be aware that there have been many flaws in China's quality recognition system," he said.

He said the Standardization Administration will also require stricter certification on products related to food, healthcare and environmental protection and work harder in brand building in these industries. The government will also seek innovative ways of management regarding new products and emerging industries.

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