The State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR; 国家市场监督管理总局) is a Chinese ministerial-level agency directly under the State Council of the People's Republic of China responsible for comprehensive market supervision and management.
The agency is mainly responsible for the comprehensive market supervision and management, unifying the registration of market entities and establishing information disclosure and sharing mechanisms; organizing the comprehensive law enforcement of market supervision, undertaking unified anti-monopoly law enforcement, regulating and maintaining market order; organizing the implementation of the strategy of strengthening the country by quality, and is responsible Industrial product quality and safety, food safety, special equipment safety supervision; unified management of measurement standards, inspection and testing, certification and accreditation. The Administration was created in the 2018 Chinese overhaul of government administration, and merged or abolished a number of previous agencies, such as the State Intellectual Property Office. SAMR was created under the banner of the Central Comprehensively Deepening Reforms Commission under Xi Jinping, current General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party.
Shen Changyu (March 2018 -, concurrently Director of the State Intellectual Property Office and Secretary of the Party Leadership Group)
Liu Junchen (March 2018-November 2018)
Li Li (March 2018 -, concurrently Secretary of the Party Leadership Group and deputy director of the State Drug Administration)
Yang Yizheng (March 2020-Leader of the Discipline Inspection and Supervision Group of the State Supervision Commission of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection in the State Administration for Market Regulation)