SAC called for comments on 116 Recommended National Standards including “Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic low temperature test, General and guidance(draft for approval)”.
Please send your comments before 2 January 2018.
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SAC called for the comments on a national standard “The norm of energy consumption per unit throughput for synthetic leather(draft for approval)”.
Should you have any comments, please contact SAC via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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On 13 December 2017, MIIT called for comments on Technical Requirments for Micro – Power Short Distance Radio Transmitting Equipment.
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For the implementation of requirements stipulated in Notice on Measures for Opening Wider to the Outside World and Active Utilisation of Foreign Capital (No.46, 2017 of the State Council), the promotion of participation of foreign-invested enterprises in standardisation work of China, the further improvement on the openness and transparency of standardisation work of China and the upgrading of internationalisation level of China’s standards, the Guiding Opinions on Participation of Foreign-Invested Enterprises in Standardisation Work of China was issued recently.
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On 23 November 2017, MIIT called for comments on 118 sectoral standards, including 16 Chemical Sector standards, 2 Nonferrous Sector standards, 82 Machinery Sector standards，8 Automotive Sector standards, 1 Aviation Sector standard, 6 Shipbuilding Sector standards and 3 Civil explosion Sector standards.
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The Standardisation Law of The People’s Republic of China (Issued on 4 November 2017 )is available.
Please find the PDF document attached:SESEC III Translation – China Stadnardization Law 20171104
The annual meeting of the EU-China Conformity Assessment Working Group was held on 21 November in Beijing. Ms. Claudia Martinez Felix, Barbara Bonvissuto, Katja Modric Skrabalo, and Mr. Gordon Buhagiar from European Commission DG Grow met with Mr. Chen Haiyang and his fellow-officers from CNCA in the meeting, and had an in-depth communication on the latest developments concerning European and Chinese conformity assessment systems.
The main contents of the meeting included China’s CCC reform, updates of EU’s new legislation framework, durability test requirements for cars in China, market surveillance in EU, China’s market surveillance reform and plan, and China’s energy efficiency labelling management system.
Apart from the introduction of new situations, both parties also exchanged views on many specific topics, such as China’s factory inspection, integration of domestic and international certifications, establishment of oversea inspection bodies, test and certification for components, market access requirements for products with small batches, time requirements for implementation of new tests and certifications, latest development of EU energy efficiency labeling regulations, etc.
The regular bilateral meeting mechanism facilitated both parties to keep abreast of new situations happening in EU and China markets, and will efficiently assist industries to adapt to new requirements.
A number of new enquires were also put forward at the end of the meeting and will be addressed in the follow-up communications.
The 2017 EU-China Standardization Joint WG meeting was held on 21 November 2017 in Beijing, China, attended by the SAC delegation and EU delegation.
The SAC delegation was headed by Mr. Chen Hongjun, Vice Administrator of SAC. The EU delegation was headed by Mr. Joaquim Nunes de Almeida, Director of Single Market Policy, Regulation and Implementation, DG GROW, EC. The heads of the delegations co-chaired the WG meeting.
The two sides have in-depth discussions on the following topics: updates on standardization-related policies, revised Term of Reference (TOR) of the WG, China Europe Standardization Information Platform (CESIP), standardization education, green manufacturing standardization and other issues of concern like standardization needs in trading with EU and TBT notifications and comments.
SESEC expert, Dr. Betty Xu, delivered a presentation to the “Committee on Standards” of European Commission on 8th Nov 2017. The “Committee on Standards” are mainly delegates from ministries of economy of member states and representatives of NSBs.
SESEC reported to the committee newly published ” China Standardization Law” and SESEC III achievements in the last three years.
On 07 Nov 2017, SAC called for comments on “Motor vehicle speed detector” (draft for appronel). The comments collection will last from 19 October 2017 to 2 November 2017.
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