MHRA Grants Extra Year For CE-Marked Devices To Access UK Market
One looming cliff edge is averted, to industry’s relief
The UK regulator is likely to establish mid-2024 as the new deadline for the standstill period during which CE-marked devices may access the UK market. Compulsory UKCA marking would accordingly also be delayed by a year.
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