China must come to terms with the fact that it hasquality problems in at least 1% of its products.Though there is no country in the world that cancompletely avoid problems, given the responsible role Chinaplays on the international stage, China should stop to take alook at itself and find ways to improve. China must examineherself carefully, when looking at the production chain; wehave to keep aware that some alarms still remain.
Some producers have a lack of legal and regulation sense.In this case, more of their attention is paid to how muchprofit they can make, and cutting costs is closely related toproduct's quality, which then increases the safety risk tocustomers. Some family-operated workshops still lack thebasic conditions for modern manufacturing.
The wholesale market requires more effective supervisionmeasures with regard to safety inspection and quality control.While continuing to improve, there are still a handful ofbootleggers that have let the wholesale market become anoutlet for their fake or poor-quality products.
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