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In cases where a national standards body in a non-European country wishes to publish and sell a CEN or CENELEC standard document without having adopted it as a national standard, CEN and CENELEC can offer such a possibility subject to the payment of appropriate royalties.
More information on these topics can be found in the CEN-CENELEC Guide 10 on “Guidelines for the distribution and sales of CEN/CENELEC publications”.