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China closing gap on quality control

By Zuo Ya (People's Daily Overseas Edition)

17:19, December 07, 2011

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

China's technical standard system has been further strengthened in the 10 years that have passed since China first joined the World Trade Organization, said Zhi Shuping, the director-general of the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of China, on Dec. 6.

In China, more national standards are becoming increasingly identical to international standards. In 10 years, the percentage of international standards China adopted has risen from 40 percent to 68 percent.

Meanwhile, China is also very active in participating in making and modifying international and regional standards. As many as 230 proposals of international standards submitted by China have been approved, and 104 of them have turned into international standards.

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