Since 1982, the first market was founded, Yiwu has built up more than 20 famous wholesale markets which spread all over the Yiwu city. They are Yiwu International Trade Market (4 Districts, the main market of Yiwu), Binwang market, Furniture market, Huangyuan market...
Opened in October 22, 2002. Covers an area of 340,000 square meters. 10,500 stalls, include artificial flowers, Toys, jewelries and accessories, Arts and crafts ...
Opened in October 22, 2004. Covers an area of 600,000 square meters. 15,000stalls. The industries in this market include suitcase, bags, umbrellas, Rain coats, shopping bags, hardware and tools, clocks and watches, accessories,electronic Instrumentation, bikes. tableware and kitchenware.
Covers an area of 460,000 square meters, 16,000 stalls, include Stationery,sporting goods, cosmetics,glasses,zipper button garment accessories.
Opened in October 21, 2008. Covers anarea of 1008000 square meters. 19,000stalls. Include Daily necessities, gloves, hats, shoes, cable, lace, tie, wool, towels, bra un......
Opened in 2011, covers an area of 420,000 square meters,
China to set up safety system for cosmetics, skin care products
YIWU, Zhejiang, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- China's State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) has moved to create the country's first safety assessment and monitoring system for cosmetics and skin care products, said an SFDA official.
The SFDA would soon issue an implementation plan for monitoring safety of cosmetics and skin care products as part of the system, said the official, who declined to be named, during an SFDA meeting on safety supervision that ended Friday in Yiwu city, east China's Zhejiang Province.
However, the official did not reveal the exact date for issuing the plan.
The SFDA had drawn up a draft plan for a product test system, was re-examining the qualifications of agencies that approve cosmetics and skin care products, and was screening candidates for a safety commission, he said.
The official also said the SDFA would work to optimize the emergency response system for safety incidents, noting that such incidents had aroused great public concern.
Safety watchdogs across the country would strengthen emergency response capabilities by making emergency plans and securing enough technological, personnel, and material support among other things, the official said.
The SDFA on Tuesday issued guidelines on its website that specify procedures, requirements and other information of safety assessment of cosmetics and skin care products.
It would be China's first system to assess and monitor safety of cosmetics and skin care products.
In 2006, Japanese-made products of SK-II, a brand of the U.S. firm Procter & Gamble Co., were found in China to contain chromium.
Chromium is an element that causes skin allergies and is widely prohibited in the production of cosmetics and skin care products.
The findings stirred waves of consumer demand for refunds nationwide and P&G temporarily pulled SK-II from Chinese mainland stores.
As it later turned out, the banned element was not added deliberately, but was contained in other ingredients of the products.
Editor: Zhang Xiang
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