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Council and European Parliament reach agreement on EU standardisation rules

On 12 October 2022, the Council and the European Parliament had reached an agreement on the Proposal amending the European Standardisation Regulation (Regulation). The Commission had proposed to amend the Regulation on 2 February 2022 as part of its European Standardisation Strategy and introduced new requirements to ensure the participation of representatives of national standardisation bodies in the decision-making processes. The Regulation also seeks to promote European values in developing European standards that will play a role in the ongoing digital transition, for example, by ensuring that European products and services, such as batteries and artificial intelligence, comply with data protection and cybersecurity rules. The Regulation will enter into force after the European Parliament and the Council formally adopt it.

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On 2 February 2022, the European Commission published the proposal for European standardisation reg…

under deliberation

On 12 October 2022, the Council and the European Parliament had reached an agreement on the Proposa…

under deliberation

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