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China Announces Plans for Random Inspections in 25 Business Sectors

Market regulation is to be enhanced, while the unified random inspection system is expected to be more widely deployed, according to a recent statement from the State Administration for Market Regulation.

In line with this, a list of 25 sectors liable to random inspection has been drawn up, with the targetted business activities said to include the supervision/inspection of business registration, direct selling, e-commerce, advertising, product quality and food / catering. In an additional move, an online market regulation information platform is also to be established.

For further details (in Chinese), please access the following links:

Circular of the State Administration for Market Regulation on Comprehensively Promoting Using ‘Random and Public Accessible’ Means for Market Regulation (Guo Shi Jian Xin No.38 [2019])

Opinions of the State Council on Comprehensively Promoting Inter-Departmental Oversight Using ‘Random and Publicly Accessible’ Means for Market Regulation (Guo Fa No. 5 [2019])

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