Looking back at World Accreditation Day: The contribution of accreditation to the national economy


The contribution of accreditation to the national economy is undeniable. It facilitates market access for economic operators by guaranteeing a high level of quality. When recognized internationally, accreditation promotes international trade by reducing technical barriers to trade and promoting mutual recognition of conformity assessments.

Furthermore, an economy where conformity assessment services are widely accredited inspires greater confidence in consumers that the products and services purchased are safe and reliable.

Accreditation is therefore a major lever for the growth of the national economy, particularly in a constantly changing world requiring the establishment of confidence in the face of changes in consumer behavior, persistent economic uncertainties and rapid technological progress.

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