Can the importer oblige the manufacturer to CE certify their products?

Compliance Expert Soufyan Lamdini explains

This will have to be stated in the contract between the manufacturer and importer. The CE certification of products that are placed on the market within the EEA is an obligation; whoever performs this certification will have to be discussed between the manufacturer and importer.

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