Profiting From Benchmarks: Reasons Behind China’s Rush To Develop Standards (Part Two) (ChinaTechNews)

April 15, 2004

“China’s standards development process continues to be unclear and lacks transparency, planning, and open channels for international input. There is an unmistakable tendency on the part of the Chinese government to use locally developed standards to achieve protectionist purposes. Whether they have been playing the China game for years, or are relative newcomers, all foreign companies are being targeted, and often caught off-guard when a new standard appears. ”

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