Comité européen de normalisation (CEN)
European Committee for Standardization
Europäisches Komitee für Normung
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1961-03 Paris France
Mar 1961, Paris (France), as European Standards Coordinating Committee – Comité européen de coordination des normes, in succession to Common Market and Free Trade Area Committee set up in Oct 1957. Reconstituted 13 Jun 1975, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Facilitate the exchange of goods and services for the benefit of both society and the economy and supporting the realization of the European Single Market and the removal of technical barriers to trade by developing and harmonizing standards for products, production processes, services or methods.
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