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Comprehensively advance the standardization undertaking

Time:2018/3/29 13:30:52 From:

A prospective year is started with a well-tailored plan in the spring, as the Chinese saying goes.
The National Standardization Working Conference held in mid-January has added to the booming enthusiasm towards standardization in China as an efficient approach to increasing market competitiveness, promote economic development and strengthen governance in both the private and public sectors.
Dr. Zhang Xiaogang, who just ended his presidency at ISO, is invited to speak at the event, highly recognizing China’s all-around participation at the international level and expecting China to play a bigger role with its practical experience.
2018 is the year for quality improvement in China, as AQSIQ Minister Zhi Shuping puts it and this is the practical arrangement for deployment of the three-year quality improvement programme outlined in the official document on quality by the CPC Central Committee and the State Council.
The conference heard the working report of SAC from Administrator Tian Shihong who concludes the remarkable achievements made in the past few years in various aspects and also highlights several major progresses last year including the promulgation of the newly revised standardization law and the
furthering reforms.
From the historical perspective, Tian pledges to enhance the comprehensive development of standardization work with new strategic thinking and new measures to meet the requirements of the times.
Following the primary national development plan, the standardization work is also expected to achieve periodic progresses by taking three steps, i.e. notable results achieved by 2020, basically becoming a nation of competitive standards power by 2035, and building a comprehensive modern
country of standards power by 2050.
Action speaks louder than words. CNIS President Liu Hongsheng interprets the roadmap for standards comparison and compliance for quality improvement, by planning to involve 10000+ enterprises of 1000+ sectors from 100+ cities nationwide. This programme is regarded as a runway for landing of the programme mentioned above.
Besides, what this issue specially presents include the whole framework and key points of the action plan for connectivity of standards on joint efforts to build the belt and road initiative (2018-2020). And this will further promote the collaboration and ensure the connectivity role of standards in making
it possible and feasible.

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