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[French Communauté européenne: European Community]

A marking applied to certain products, such as toys and machinery, to indicate that they have complied with certain EU directives that apply to them, including electromagnetic compatibility. A CE marking is not a quality mark, but it indicates that health and safety and other legislation has been complied with. The manufacturer or first importer into the EU must apply the CE marking; fines can be levied for breach of the rules.

From:  CE  in  A Dictionary of Law »

Subjects: Law.

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