The CEN CENELEC 2018 work programme has been published

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In their 2018 work programme, the CEN and CENELEC review the work in various sectors. They confirm, in particular, their commitment to support the digital transformation, with a Strategic Plan underway.

Regarding other developments, such as new business models or buying habits which influence the way in which services are provided and consumed, the standards could be useful. The objective of the CEN and CENELEC is also to strengthen strategic alliances in order to improve the competitiveness of European firms in global markets.

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