Togo adopts a national quality policy to make local products and services more competitive

Economic governance
Friday, 08 November 2019 16:39
Togo adopts a national quality policy to make local products and services more competitive

(Togo First) - At the ministers' council held last Wednesday, the government of Togo approved a new policy to improve the regulation of norms and quality. 

The National Quality Policy (PNQ in French) as it is called is a document that aims to put the quality and standards of local products on par with international requirements. It also should lead to the creation of an appropriate framework, to develop and run "an infrastructure of acceptable, pertinent and efficient quality." 

The new policy covers all development sectors and will focus on building a culture of quality at the levels of populations, and both public and private entities, while protecting the consumers and the environment, ensuring that local goods and services meet market standards. In the long run, it should help create a national system for measuring. 

Its adoption, let's emphasize, falls under a regional motion for the harmonization of quality. 

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