We are pleased to invite you to join our next SESEC webinar for an update on China Standardization Reform. The webinar is scheduled at 10 am (CEST) on 10th of May.
With the deepening of reform in China, Standardization is experiencing a key reforming. On 23 February 2017, the Standardization Law of China (Draft for Revision) was approved by the executive meeting of the State Council and to be submitted for reading at the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, before it can be published.
The current Standardization Law of China was released in 1988, very much lagging behind the standardization development. China launched the standardization reform in 2014. In March 2015, the State Council issued the Plan for Deepening the Standardization Reform, setting out reform priorities and key measures for the reform.
This webinar will give an update on the current situation of the Standardization Law, and provide an insight into the key issues during the standardization reform. Specifically, the following topics would be addressed.
- How is the Situation of “China Standardization Law”
- How the “Compulsory Standards System” Changed and What Would be the Next Steps
- “China National Standards are Free of Charge for Public”
- How Many Associations are Making New “Association Standards” and What Should EU Industry Do for It
For registration of the event, please click here.