China Consumers’ Association (CCA) is a national organisation which aim is：
- To monitor goods and services.
- To protect consumer rights and interests.
- To provide guidance on consumer activities and development.
- To promote a healthy environment for a socialist market economy.
CCA was founded in December 1984 and is made up of 3,279 local and grassroot consumer associations nationwide. With CCA’s support, The Law for the Protection of Consumer Rights of China People’s Republic was passed on 31st October 1993. CCA publishes the China Consumers magazine and has a website through which they provide up-to-date consumer information and advice.
China Consumers Monthly was started in 1994. It features comparative product testing, original research, consumer warnings, and responses to queries.