Proposed elements for European guidelines on International Standardisation

Published: 28 May 2001

Policies & Issues: Internal Market - Compliance, Standards & Enforcement

Orgalime welcomes the Commission discussion paper on "Proposed elements for European guidelines on international standardisation". In this excellent paper, whose views are shared by the engineering industry, the Commission is proposing the development of guidelines.

We thank the Commission for consulting us and stress that our industry very much hopes to continue contributing actively to the pursuit of international standardisation, which is an essential tool for our companies.

References: SOGS N381R2

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