Togo considers establishing national quality management policy

Economic governance
Saturday, 03 August 2019 04:56
Togo considers establishing national quality management policy

(Togo First) - On July 31, Kodjo Adedze, minister of trade, industry and private sector development, presented a note relative to the National Quality Policy (PNQ), during the ministers’ council held that day.

The move is good news for the policy’s adoption. The latter, let’s indicate, aims at “establishing an appropriate framework for the development and functioning of a reliable, pertinent and efficient quality system that will contribute to the successful achievement of goals set under the national development plan (PND).”

In effect, the projected policy should help assess, standardize and test various quality management strategies, in addition to evaluating standards relative to quality of products circulating in the country, their certification and accreditation. These would ensure access of local products to both the international and regional markets, as well as improve on their competitiveness.

Séna Akoda

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