- In 2011, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine strengthened inspection on consumer products such as garments, food and autos. It regularly published results of surveys and enhanced punishments on producers of substandard products.
- In February 2011, the National Tourism Administration initiated a nationwide drive to regulate the chaotic tourism market. It pledged to heavily punish unlicensed hotels, scenic spots and travel agencies that deceive or overcharge travelers.
- In March 2011, the State Council released a circular, vowing powerful measures to tightly supervise the dairy industry, crack down on substandard cooking oil and prohibit food with excessive additives.
- In December 2011, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce launched a campaign to streamline group-buying websites. It vowed heavy punishments on those selling fake and counterfeit products or engaging in false advertising.
- In recent years, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce has adopted a set of measures to safeguard the intellectual property rights (IPRs), such as improving legal systems, cracking down on patent, copyright and trademark infringement, and strengthening public awareness about IPRs.