Update: 10:25 | 31/01/2019
The Prime Minister approved the ‘Scheme of deploying, applying and managing the traceability system’ with the goal to build and operate a portal on national product and goods traceability by 2020.
The project aims to improve the system of legal regulations, documents
By 2025, at least 30 national criteria and two national technical standards on traceability will be established.
At the same time, the project will focus on raising awareness among the public, agencies, organizations
Regarding specific objectives, the PM clearly defined that, by 2020, the legal system on traceability will be reviewed. At least five national standards and one national technical criterion will be issued. A system of traceability will be applied to some groups of products such as the agro-forestry-fishery sector, food, medicines as well as construction.
The scheme also stated that by 2025, at least 30 national criteria and two national technical standards on traceability will be established.
In addition, a minimum of 30 percent of enterprises operating in the fields of production, business
By 2030, the portal on national product and goods traceability will be able to serve the need of exchanging and exploiting information among domestic and international enterprises, organizations and individuals; perfecting the management and updating the system of domestic and international products and goods databases.
In order to fulfill the goals, the project set a series of tasks and solutions such as perfecting the legal system; issuing guiding documents on product tracing; applying a synchronous system on national traceability; boosting international cooperation in terms of traceability; as well as operating the national portal on tracing product origins.