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  • Shanghai puts quality issues under the microscope at Wuliangcai

    SMBQTS held the latest event of its 2017 Shanghai Quality Campaign at the 300-year-old spectacles store Wu Liangcai on Nanjing East Road on Oct 17.

  • Is it a must for an export product to obtain CCC approval?

    For products specifically produced pursuant to a foreign trade contract there is no need to apply for CCC certification.

  • Principles of amendmentprocedure of CPCS standards

    ​The Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People's Republic of China (CNCA) is in charge of validating Compulsory Product Certification (hereinafter referred to as CPC) standards and relevant technical rules, and amending them from time to time.

  • Seller’s repair, replacement and return services (warranty services)

    For general products not covered by specific warranty regulations, a warranty period shall commence on the date of the invoice of sale, except for delays caused by repairs or an absence of parts.

  • Classification of standards of China

    ​In ruling out the scope and rights of examination and approval, the Standardization Law of the People's Republic of China classifies standards into national standards, trade standards, local standards and enterprise standards.

  • C-Mark applied to Quantitative Packing

    In April 2001, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the Peoples Republic of China (formerly the China State Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision) issued Evaluation Provision on Capacity of Metric Assurance of Enterprises Producing Quantitative Packing Products and Evaluation Specification for Capacity of Metric Assurance of Enterprises Producing Quantitative Packing Products.

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