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Agree with Bert that with out knowing the product it makes it hard to give a correct answer.
If i were to do an inspection of 20% and found 10% faulty products, and was alot more than my acceptable acceptance rate then i would at least do another 20% to see how the numbers stack up. Then this may lead me to inspect the balance of the goods.
It is alot cheaper also to sort out the faulty products while they are in China than to ship them over to Australia, send them to clients and then have to recall them back.