By  on July 27, 2016

BEIJING — A range of new regulations affecting the manufacturing of clothing and textiles will come into effect in China on Sept. 1. The 49 new standards cover classification, terminology, dyeing and testing for many different materials including cottons, mixed linens, synthetics and microfibers across several product categories, ranging from wedding dresses to dog clothes.

The new standards, announced by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, will come into effect just three months after the last set, which focused on children’s clothing.

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