Vaccines will be the next Made in China product and the world should get prepared for it over the next few years.
Earlier this year, the World Health Organization announced that China's drug safety meets international standards.
This opened the door for Chinese vaccine manufacturers to submit their vaccines to the United Nations health agency for approval.
However, many medical professionals question Chinese medicines after some of the food, drug and other scandals in that country.
Even though it may take some time to win over it's critics, China's entry into this market will be a "game changer," according to Nina Schwalbe, head of policy at the GAVI Alliance, which buys vaccines for 50 million children a year worldwide.
"We are really enthusiastic about the potential entry of Chinese vaccine manufacturers," she said.