Regulatory reform and international standardisation
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The variables in standardisation
DEFINITIONS IN STANDARDISATION
American Petroleum Institute APEC Appendix areas ASTM automatic barriers to trade bilateral certification chapter chemicals classic standardisation bodies Codex Alimentarius concentrate conformity assessment consortia context criteria defined dominated E-mail effective electronic data interchange emphasise essential requirements European Commission example exist field goal guidelines harmonised standards hygiene identified IETF important International Electrotechnical Commission International Pharmacopoeia international standards bodies International Standards Organisation International Telecommunications Union internationally Internet protocols interoperability involvement of regulators ISO's ISO/IEC issues linkage mandatory membership multi-sectoral multilateral Mutual Recognition Agreements national delegations national level national members national standards bodies notably observer status OECD's optimum Pharmaceuticals procedures product standards programme protocols provides recognised regional regulatory authorities Regulatory Reform relevant role safety scope sectors significant standardisation activity standardisation process standardisation world standards organisations structure TBT Agreement TBT Committee technical barriers technical regulations technical specifications telecommunications testing texts trade liberalisation UNECE