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A blueprint for China's standardization
China Standardization 2021-11-23


The National Standardization Development Outline is a blueprint for the standardization development in China issued by the Central Committee of the CPC and the State Council on October 10, a few days prior to this year’s World Standards Day.

According to the Outline, China’s standardization will achieve four goals by 2025, including realizing in-depth standardization development in all areas, greatly improving the standardization level, furthering the opening-up of standardization, and laying more solid foundation for standardization development, said SAMR Minister and SAC Administrator Tian Shihong at the news conference about the Outline.

Seven priorities in the next few years are also defined in the Outline. The article written by Tian Shihong and the highlights at the press conference in the SPOTLIGHT column will help you have a deep understanding of the Outline.

The SPECIAL REPORT column presents the celebrations for World Standards Day across the nation. For example, SAMR held a theme activity in Beijing to highlight the great significance of the Outline; the 4th SMEs Standardization International Conference was held in Yiwu, Zhejiang province; undergraduates majoring in standardization engineering from the University of Jinan, Shandong province, visited the Great Institute of Standardization and the Sister Sunshine; China Standardization Press (CSP) also carried out online and on-site activities, disseminating the significance of standards and their connection with the SDGs.

The FEATURES column displays the stories about the progresses made in the standardization field in China in the past few decades, e.g. how standards safeguard amusement facilities against danger and facilitate the development of chemical fiber industry; how China makes a leap in product quality by eliminating production without standards; China-Russia cooperation on civil aircrafts.

Read the Nov./Dec. issue and enjoy the feast!

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