The European Union wants to set priorities in standardization in a high-level forum in the future. This was announced by the EU Commission on Wednesday at the presentation of its standardization strategy. The forum is a response to the growing influence of China on standardization bodies. That is why the EU wants to make its own approach more European, more strategic, and faster. The aim is to help set priorities in cooperation with member states, standards bodies, industry, and civil society, and advise on where there is a need for standardization. The forum is to focus on both digital and green technologies.
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