This publication provides the first comprehensive assessment of the relationship between trade standards and development priorities in Africa, with case studies of the use of international standards and capacity for compliance in five countries: Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda. It describes the economic context of trade standards in these countries, and examines the mechanisms by which standards and regulations are established and revised at local and international levels. It also considers the probable impact of new standards, regulations and related production/marketing practices in key industries.The Wiring Code requires that each item or defined system of electrical equipment used in an electrical installation ... are to be authorized for use in an electrical installation in South Africa by SANSOa#39;s Electrotechnical Regulatory Services.
|Title||:||Standards and Global Trade|
|Author||:||John Sullivan Wilson, Victor O. Abiola|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2003|