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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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which is a very good point, going forward I would assume no uk co. will be allowed to stamp the EU standard cert on any of there goods?

Why would you say that? As long as the product has been subjected to, and passed the requirements of the norms, then they can use that stamp on their product/packaging.

If the EU comes up with some new regulation then the mfr will decide if it is cost effective to change production and submit the product for testing.

Think of all the imported electronics products which are stamped UL/CSA/EU/SEV etc.

Perhaps I've misunderstood what you mean by "EU standard cert"?
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