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China Revises CCC Requirement and Expands Self-Certification Entitlement

A number of revisions – effective 17 October this year – have been made to the Catalogue of Products Subject to China Compulsory Certification (CCC) and several of the related implementation requirements:

Revisions to the Catalogue

  • A total of 18 products – including electric screwdrivers, impact wrenches, small AC arc-welding machines and in-vehicle decorations – are no longer subject to the CCC regime

Expanded Self-Declaration Certification

  • The previous need for third-party certification for 17 of the products featured in the Catalogue has been replaced by the entitlement to self-declare. Among the items set to benefit from this less rigorous approval process are electric drills, thermal-links, electric leakage protectors, vehicle safety belts and car seats / headrests. In all such instances – as in other product sectors covered by CCC self-declaration – self-certification is the only approved procedure and no further CCC certificates related to such products will be issued

The changes were announced by the State Administration for Market Regulation and form part of its Announcement No.44 [2019] update.

Source: State Administration for Market Regulation

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