Employees from the labor union of the Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision donated a total of 20,000 yuan on Jan 3, to support poverty-stricken employees who suffered from diseases and natural calamities.
China will impose stricter standards for new-energy vehicle manufacturers in a move aimed at weeding out companies that lack the ability to provide quality products.
The newest 200 State-level drug inspectors were sworn in at a work conference held by the top drug authority on Dec 29, bringing the total number of inspectors within the force to 649.
China will adopt one of the world's strictest standards on vehicle exhaust emissions to further control air pollution, which will be conducted in two phases.
China will focus on improving product quality and core competitiveness in 2017 as part of the efforts to shore up the real economy, according to a statement released on Dec 16.
CCIC's main mission is to ensure that standards set by the Chinese government for various products and materials are met and the safety, health, and quality issues are addressed.