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China Taiwan Net Beijing December 11 The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council held a regular press conference this morning. Zhu Fenglian, a spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Office, presided over the press conference.
On November 4, 20 departments, including the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, the National Development and Reform Commission, and the Central Organization Department of the Commercial Affairs Bureau, issued "Several Measures on Further Promoting Cross-Strait Economic and Cultural Exchange and Cooperation" (referred to as "26 measures"). After the release of the "26 measures", they were warmly welcomed and affirmed by the majority of Taiwan compatriots and enterprises. In order to let everyone know the details of the "26 measures" in detail, this conference specially invited foreign investment from the National Development and Reform Commission Zheng Zhiping, Deputy Director of the Department, Xu Jie, Deputy Director of the Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Office of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Li Yubing, Deputy Director of the Standards Innovation Department of the State Administration of Market Supervision, and Chen Binhua, Deputy Director of the Economic Affairs Bureau of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, introduced the “26 measures” in detail. 13 measures to provide Taiwanese enterprises with equal treatment.
CCB reporter: What I would like to ask is that Article 12 of the "26 Measures" states that Taiwan-funded enterprises can participate in the formulation and revision of industry standards on the same basis as mainland enterprises, and jointly promote cross-strait standard interconnection. Please introduce your considerations in this regard. . Thank you.
Li Yubing: Standards are technical specifications that are agreed upon and agreed upon together. Taiwan-funded enterprises enjoy the same treatment as mainland enterprises in participating in the formulation of national standards. This treatment reflects the characteristics of open standards, transparency, and joint negotiation. According to the relevant requirements of the Standardization Law, the standardization management department of the State Council will actively improve the standards and formulate various management systems to ensure that Taiwan-funded enterprises participate in various standardization activities on the mainland on an equal basis in accordance with the law, promote technical exchanges, promote quality improvement, and realize industrial development.
In addition, the mainland has a broad market advantage in formulating and revising industry standards. Taiwan-funded enterprises have rich technical accumulation in some industries. Cooperation between the two sides can help cross-strait enterprises to speak in the standards field and enhance their competitiveness. (China Taiwan Net Li Ning)
[Responsible editor: Li Ning]