(c) mutual recognition, in their markets, of industrial products that meet the conditions of lawful marketing in one of the contracting parties, including, if necessary, mutual recognition of the results of a mandatory assessment of the compliance of industrial products subject to applicable EU legislation and corresponding Israeli national legislation. Responsibility for the development of the ACAA by countries and regions, including fact-setting, needs analysis, implementation planning, including monitoring legislative harmonization and infrastructure development, and monitoring implementation. This includes assessing the implementation of horizontal legislation and its implementation. Compliance assessment agreements with a non-party country do not require the other party to accept the results of compliance assessment procedures in that third country unless explicit agreement is reached between the parties in the joint committee. 1. The recognition of the competent authorities responsible for the effective application of EU and Community law is governed by the following procedure, in order to ensure the compliance of industrial products with EU or national law or to require their exit from the market and, if necessary, to notify, suspend, cancel and withdraw notification from notified bodies. In the areas covered by this agreement, where EU legislation in this area is based on the application of technical standards that bring essential safety requirements (including the New Approach” sectors into line), Israel undertakes, in consultation with the European Commission, to take appropriate measures to bring relevant EU practices into compliance and maintain relevant standards practices. , metrology, accreditation, compliance assessment and market monitoring. , overall product safety and manufacturer liability.
The areas of the “new approach” are listed as such in the sectoral annexes. 3. If an agreement is reached, the parties take appropriate measures to ensure that these products are not put on the market. The ACAA foresees the extension of some benefits of the internal market in already oriented sectors. The ACAA thus facilitates market access by removing technical barriers to trade in industrial products. Each ACAA consists of a framework agreement and one or more annexes defining the products covered and ways to increase trade in this sector. Prior to the formal opening of the ACAA negotiations, adequate infrastructure should be put in place in the partner country in the areas of standardization, accreditation, compliance assessment and metrology. A particular problem to be addressed is participation in European standardisation and European accreditation work Contracting parties will be made available to the public: 1) the list of types of products and activities covered by this annex (2) a list of agreements similar to this agreement and for which the derogation provided for in Section IV, paragraph 2 , point (e), was applied by the other party, and (3) a list of unilateral concessions granted to a third country or a party with a third country or party having an effect similar to that of an agreement of this type for which the derogation under Section IV, paragraph 2, point e), was applied by the other party.