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China Requires EU-RoHS Conformity Certification for Electronic Exports

Published August 4, 2006

EIATRACK members may be receiving information on China's EU-RoHS conformity certification requirements for their exports from China to the EU. This report provides details on this unusual and surprising regime, as well as key reference documentation.

China's national Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) issued an "internal" Circular on June 22, 2006 requiring that local entry and exit inspection and quarantine bureaus, via their own rules, certify that exports of certain electronic and electrical products conform to EU RoHS Directive requirements.

This EIATRACK Alert provides background on this AQSIQ Circular, as well as selected local government measures issued on the same subject. Additionally, this Alert analyzes the scope and requirements of the Circular, compares it with similar, selected local government measures, and provides EIATRACK members with insights on what to expect in this area in the near future.

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