What is the difference between CCC and CE?

Compliance Expert Soufyan Lamdini explains

What is the difference between CCC and CE?

The difference is namely the scope of the products that are (not yet) covered by CCC. CCC is a Chinese product legislation applying to products destined for the Chinese market. The CCC marking has existed since May 2002. CE is a European legislation for products destined for the European market.

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