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An uirlis nua Access2Conformity launched on 13 November will allow EU exporters large and small to reduce red tape by making better use of the EU’s Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) with third countries. When businesses export goods to a trade partner, said goods have to be certified by the conformity assessment bodies (CABs) in the country of destination to ensure that they comply with local rules and regulations, even when already certified for their domestic market. Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) can solve this problem. They work by allowing the exporting trade partner to designate their own CABs as capable of testing and certifying exported products to make sure that they comply with the rules and regulations of the importing trade partner.

MRAs are powerful tools to help companies save time and money, and making full use of them can boost trade by up to 40%. Moreover, the reduced paperwork makes it up to 50% more likely that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will export. Access2Conformity is part of the Commission’s Uirlis Access2Markets, a chuidíonn le FBManna faisnéis thábhachtach a aimsiú chun trádáil le tríú tíortha a éascú. Cabhróidh sé le honnmhaireoirí an AE a aithint cá háit san AE ar féidir leo tástáil agus deimhniú táirgí a dhéanamh agus iad ag onnmhairiú chuig tríú tíortha áirithe. Mar shampla, is féidir le honnmhaireoir AE a sheiceáil an bhféadfaidh a dtáirge leas a bhaint as comhaontú atá ann cheana lena bhforáiltear go nglacfaidh CABanna AE le torthaí tástála agus le deimhnithe.

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