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China's Xinjiang to get textiles quality control centre
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The set up of a State Quality Supervision and Inspection Centre for the textile industry is currently in its construction stage in the Aksu Prefecture in China’s Xinjiang province.
 
Speaking at a press conference, the Deputy Commissioner of Administrative Office of Aksu Prefectural Committee, Su Biao, said the textile quality supervision centre will be spread over an area of 126 acres and an investment of 90 million yuan is expected.
 
Mr. Biao said the construction of the entire project is divided into two phases, to be completed over a span of three years (2012-2015). Out of 90 million yuan, an investment of 35 million yuan is planned for building construction in the first phase.
 
The second phase will focus on purchase of advanced international cotton textile testing equipment, auxiliary equipment and staffing, he added.
 
Currently, the National Quality Supervision and Inspection Centre has completed the initial stages of the project. The project’s geological exploration, environmental assessment, planning, construction designs and other preparatory work regarding infrastructure conditions have been successfully completed so far. 
 
Once operational, the centre will provide efficient, convenient, high quality testing services for the textile industry of the Xinjiang province, through inspection programs for cotton. 
 
It will help the regional textile industry by performing various tasks, including a service platform, a platform for Government regulation and a foreign exchange platform related to the textile industry. 
 

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