The question how to strengthen market surveillance is of rising importance in India. In June 2018, the Indian government released the Indian National Strategy for Standardization, which includes the goal to establish an effective market surveillance system. Against this background, the Global Project Quality Infrastructure organised a workshop on market surveillance in New Delhi on 4 December.
On 5 December, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the Indian Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution and the Indian Ministry of Labour and Employment came together in New Delhi to launch the publication Making Safe Machines a Standard in India.
Within the framework of the event “quality connects”, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and the Indian Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution came together in New Delhi on 4 December. The focus of the event was the launch of an overview publication of India’s quality infrastructure landscape.
Zur Vorbereitung der 6. Jahressitzung der Deutsch-Indischen Arbeitsgruppe Qualitätsinfrastruktur (QI) im Januar trafen sich rund 30 Vertreter*innen aus der Wirtschaft, Verbänden und QI-Institutionen am 19. November im Bundeswirtschaftsministerium (BMWi) in Berlin. Es wurde darüber diskutiert, welche Anliegen die Wirtschaft in den politischen Dialog mit indischen Ministerien einbringen möchte.
The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has released a draft National Policy on Electronics 2018 (NPE 2018) on 10 October. It underlines the high priority that the Government of lndia attaches to the electronics industry, which is also an important pillar of both the 'Make in India' and 'Digital India' programmes.
Strong exports can be a major driver of a country’s economic growth. Hence, India has set the goal of increasing its share of global trade and integrating more deeply into global value chains.