MUTUAL RECOGNITION DIRECTIVE
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Another state's acceptance of one state's standard certification. The United States and European Union rely on mutual standards' acceptance across countries. Standardized weights and measures are an additional directive application to the interstate commerce laws.
By Henry Campbell Black
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