Case Study

Import / Export inspection underpinned by accreditation

Article 6 the People’s Republic of China Law on Import and Export Commodity Inspection (revised on April 28, 2002) states that the required import and export commodity inspection refers to conformity assessment activities which confirm that the imported and exported goods listed in the catalogue meet the mandatory requirements of the national technical regulations. Conformity assessment procedures include sampling, testing and inspection; assessment, validation and conformity assurance; registration, accreditation and approval, and the combinations of multiple items.

Further details can be found on the National People’s Congress website.

Import / Export inspection underpinned by accreditation



Sustainable Development Goals

Decent Work And Economic Growth
Industry, Innovation And Infrastructure