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For and Against European Certification

Reasons for certification In spite of the obscure reasons sometimes sought, certification is only ever brought into being at the express wish of good manufacturers and constructors: - as proof of high quality - in order to free themselves of lower - in order to receive suitable reimbursement quality competitors for high quality work Professor J. Calavera

Author(s): Calavera, J

Keywords: certification;europe;insurance;law