Like the European CE system, China’s CCC (China Compulsory Certification) system is a basic market access system that manufacturers and importers usually confront when putting their products on the Chinese market. The system was first established in 2002 in support of the Chinese government’s commitment to the WTO, and 132 kinds of products within 19 categories were included into its scope. The number of products under the CCC scope kept increasing in the following years until the latest round of the CCC reform was initiated by the State Council in 2018, removing dozens of products from the CCC scope. Dr. Betty XU, the Seconded European Standardization Expert in China, will introduce the recent development of China CCC system.
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