International cooperation for better quality and better trade

In today's globalized world economy, QI systems cannot operate in isolation. Cross-border cooperation on QI can help governments achieve sustainable energy systems, while helping companies along the solar PV value chain seize market opportunities and avoid unnecessary costs. International cooperation on QI takes different forms, from mutual recognition and regulatory provisions in trade agreements to formal cooperation partnerships and regulatory harmonization. The most appropriate approaches in any given situation differ depending on the compatibility of regulatory environments and systems, the sector, type and degree of regulation already in place and the level of technical and institutional capacity of the countries involved, among several other factors.

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