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China vows to promote quality in development


09:01, February 10, 2012

BEIJING, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- China has vowed to step up management and supervision over the quality of its products and projects in its development for the years to come, according to a blueprint released Thursday by the State Council.

The blueprint, featuring the development of enhanced quality, establishes targets for the 2011-2020 period.

By 2015, China pledges to keep the qualification rate of agricultural products above 96 percent, while that of the general products in the national checks over 90 percent, according to the blueprint.

Regarding project quality, the passing rate for large and medium projects should be 100 percent, while the rest should reach 98 percent.

In the service sector, the customer satisfaction index in the producer service industry is targeted at above 80, while that in the consumer service at above 75, the blueprint said.

The blueprint also requires local authorities to include quality safety issues to their performance assessment system.

To better implement the policies, China's quality watchdog will produce a specific plan annually to guide the work, according to the blueprint.


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