China Will Blacklist Quality Violators

January 12, 2010 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Law & Order




Wang Yong, the director of China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, has disclosed to local media that the quality department will improve its credit evaluation and information release system in 2010 to blacklist companies that violate quality laws.

Wang stated that the quality supervision department would guide companies in increasing their awareness of the quality laws and quality safety, exploring a joint-action mechanism on production license management, anti-counterfeiting, and enterprise quality and credit supervision. Wang said that enterprises would be encouraged to take primary responsibility for quality safety and quality violators would be punished severely.

It is learned that in 2010 the quality supervision department will take a range of initiatives, including making quality development plans, and building and implementing quality analysis guidelines, in oder to fulfill their management functions, enhance quality management and improve product quality.

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