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By Xu Wei and Meng Jing ( China Daily )
Updated:2015-02-14 08:10:24
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallProducts sold through online shopping platforms will be a key target for quality inspectors this year, the national watchdog has revealed.The announcement comes amid growing pressure from regulators on e-commerce giant Alibaba over concerns about counterfeit products.The scrutiny of products sold through e-commerce platforms will focus on 11 categories, including air purifiers, kitchen goods, textile items and products for children, said Sun Huichuan, deputy chief of the quality supervision department under the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine.8.03KHot Words新型亚洲安全观(xin xing ya zhou an quan guan)China and JapanBaby princeFerry disasterBig BeijingMalaysian flightCrimeaAnti-corruptionSmogSex educationPhotoTrending special: The things Chinese do for loveAre you a sunshine boy or a gone girl?Couples go to extreme height for loveChinese elements add color to lemon festival in FranceChinese winners of the World Press Photo contestForum trends: Is it necessary to issue a good Samaritan law?ChinaBusinessRegionalWorldSportsHeartwarming images of loveNew airport will reflect flow of historyAward-winner praises Chinas science policyIsland resort rolls out foreign welcome matWatchdog to check online shopping platformsBeijing gets ready for crucial IOC inspectionHeartwarming images of loveLanterns usher in Year of the SheepChinese police target theft on railwaysStudents full of beans over rise of coffee shopsQuake-hit village rises anewWork helps cancer survivor remain healthyRed envelope fight flares among Internet giantsIdeal gifts for Valentines DayYuan bond markets to grow in 2015: MoodysChinese use more credit cards in 2014Chinas installed wind power capacity hit record highInternet regulator tightens regulations on dating websitesLaw firm partners stand tall among their peersFor many of Chinas biotech brains-in-exile, its time to come homeXiaomi dips toes in US with accessoriesSpring Airlines will expand fleet size by up to 30 planesJiamei to use backdoor route to public listingMinistry: Chinas subsidies comply with WTO rulesDiscover Spring Festival folkloresBeijing opens souvenir design contestLehe village program mobilizes exemplary volunteer workFree trade zone ready for deepening reform on foreign exchangeTraditional delight competition in old townJapanese auto parts maker starts Nantong projectFuzhou railway police traces stolen luggage for Taiwan travelerWorlds first LNG-fueled cargo vessel starts maiden voyage2015 Shanxi Lunar New Year Goods FestivalExperts support LKK’s fight against counterfeitsMount Wutais five peaksFour provincial capitals sign joint action plan ‘Hefei Essentials’Visitors set to celebrate worldwideCouples go to extreme height for loveVisitors set to celebrate worldwideChinese nationals charged with crime in KenyaLeaders at Minsk talks in contact over Ukraine10 killed, 150 injured in train derailment in IndiaZambian leader names full cabinetVenezuela marks anniversary of protests amid clashesPet models shine in New York Fashion WeekChinese Year of Sheep window show opens in New YorkCambodia expects more Chinese tourists during the Spring FestivalSnowden appears with Poitras by video link ahead of OscarsLast-gasp Chelsea sink Everton, Aguero fires City routMessi leads Barcelonas 3-1 win over Villarreal in Copa semiEngagement rumors for Sharapova and DimitrovLast-gasp Chelsea sink Everton, Aguero fires City routA sign of Rio Olympics: military police security drillsWoods takes leave from golfLi Na nominated in Laureus World Sports AwardsYao Ming named ambassador for Beijings bid for Winter OlympicsArsenal climbs into top fourBalotelli ends league goal droughtHeats Wade to miss All-Star gameAtletico Madrid to open 200 stores in ChinaTodays Top NewsLeaders in countryside to celebrate festivalBeijing ups festival securityChinese singles declare war on Valentines Day6.2-magnitude quake hits TaiwanVirtual lovers in demand, but some fail to impressCar rams barrier at gate ofUS consulateVideoWhen Families Lose Their Only ChildMost PopularSpecialAre you a sunshine boy or a gone girl?Tale of two citiesColumnsRaymond ZhouOp RanaBerlin FangZhu YuanHuang XiangyangChen Weihua…| About China Daily | Advertise on Site | Contact Us | Job Offer | Expat Employment |Copyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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