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Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade - List of standardizing bodies that have accepted the Code of Good Practice for the preparation, adoption and application of standards since 1 January 1995 - Note by the Secretariat - Revision
日期:2014/02/26
作者:WTO Secretariat
文件編號:G/TBT/CS/2/Rev.20
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LIST OF STANDARDIZING BODIES THAT HAVE ACCEPTED THE CODE
OF GOOD PRACTICE FOR THE PREPARATION, ADOPTION AND
APPLICATION OF STANDARDS
SINCE 1 JANUARY 1995

Note by the Secretariat[1]

Revision

 

The Ministerial Decision on the Review of the ISO/IEC Information Centre Publication adopted in Marrakesh on 15 April 1994 states that the Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade shall: 

 

"at least once a year review the publication provided by the ISO/IEC Information Centre on information received according to the Code of Good Practice for the Preparation, Adoption and Application of Standards in Annex 3 of the Agreement, for the purpose of affording Members opportunity of discussing any matters relating to the operation of that Code.

In order to facilitate this discussion, the Secretariat shall provide a list by Member of all standardizing bodies that have accepted the Code, as well as a list of those standardizing bodies that have accepted or withdrawn from the Code since the previous review."

        The following table contains a list, by Member, of all standardizing bodies that have accepted the Code of Good Practice since the entry into force of the WTO. Since 1 January 1995, 164 standardizing bodies from 124 Members have accepted the Code of Good Practice, among them, 90 central governmental standardizing bodies, 68 non‑governmental standardizing bodies, three statutory bodies, two parastatal bodies, three non-governmental regional bodies, one central governmental/non‑governmental body, one central governmental/local governmental body and one autonomous body. 

 

During the period under review, standardizing bodies from Montenegro, Lao PDR and The Republic of Moldova[2] have accepted the Code of Good Practice. No standardizing bodies have withdrawn from the Code of Good Practice during the period under review.[3]



[1] This document has been prepared under the Secretariat's own responsibility and without prejudice to the positions of Members and to their rights and obligations under the WTO.

[2] G/TBT/CS/N/180, G/TBT/CS/N/181, G/TBT/CS/N/182.

[3] The information contained in this paragraph used to be in the G/TBT/CS/1/Add series of documents, now discontinued.