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Standardization Strategy of China, Achievements and Challenges


  • Wang Ping

    () (CNIS)

  • Wang Yiyi

    () (CNIS)

  • John Hill

    () (Pennsylvania State University)


This paper explores China’s standardization strategy after entering WTO and the standardization strategy’s current status quo and its roles in economic development and innovation system construction in China. Through the analysis of the achievements of the Study on the Strategy of Technical Standards Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the standardization strategies or plans established by governments at all levels, it concludes that the skeleton for standardization strategy thinking has been formed, a real standardization strategy has been established and implemented, and addresses achievements and current challenges.

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  • Wang Ping & Wang Yiyi & John Hill, 2010. "Standardization Strategy of China, Achievements and Challenges," Economics Study Area Working Papers 107, East-West Center, Economics Study Area.
  • Handle: RePEc:ewc:wpaper:wp107

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