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A shared vision for a better world
China Standardization 2022-09-13

In this ever-changing world, we are facing uncertainties and challenges almost every day. The COVID-19 pandemic, like the Sword of Damocles, is still haunting us, which has already brought social chaos and economic slump all over the world. What we need to do is to keep alert and hopeful. Just as one of the best quotes from the movie The Shawshank Redemption said, "Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies."

With hope in our hearts, we have a shared vision for a better world, which echoes the theme of this year's World Standards Day, an annual event celebrated on October 14 by the global standardization community and beyond.

"From a user of ISO standards to a Chair of ISO subcommittee, I have witnessed the vital role of standards in the industry upgrading and advance. I strongly believe that standards can help us build a better world. Making lives easier, safer and better is the vision of ISO, and also the pursuit of mine," said Wang Decheng in the interview, who is Chair of the Board of CAM and a candidate for the next ISO President.

The SPECIAL REPORT column showcases the main content of The Action Plan of Implementing the National Standardization Development Outline issued in July, and how regions across the nation plan to implement the Outline.

Take actions with goals and a shared vision in mind, for sure, a better world is not far away from us.

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