Mutual Recognition Agreement

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Mutual Recognition Agreement

An agreement between two or more jurisdictions to consider licenses and certifications given by one jurisdiction as being valid in the others. For example, if one is licensed to practice dentistry in Oregon and Oregon has a mutual recognition agreement with Washington, one is by extension licensed to practice dentistry in Washington. Mutual recognition agreements may take place within a country (as between U.S. states) or they may be international.
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0); (iii) a program of reliable operators (AEO, OEA), for adhesion promotion company and its expansion under Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA); (iv) development of regulations and coordinated operation of quarantine controls; and (v) developing coordinated and integrated on cargo and passengers at the border crossing of San Pancho controls.
He said that testing facilities should be made available at the border and mutual recognition agreements should be signed, since there was a lack of awareness on each others regulatory regimes particularly in pharmaceutical products.
Bilateral labour agreements and regional framework agreements on worker mobility, including mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) are important mechanisms to facilitate the free flow of services and skilled labor for economic and social development.
Such a strategy inter-alia should include a big push for trade expositions for select sectors, inviting large number of importers from these countries to India and taking initiatives to ease non-tariff measures including working out mutual recognition agreements for standards and augmenting financial and transportation architecture," Agarwal said.
BABT has formal appointments under the EU-USA, EU-Canada and EU-Japan Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs), and as a Notified Body in Europe under the LVD, R&TTE and EMC Directives, and is appointed to approve the Metering and Billing systems of UK fixed and mobile telecommunications operators.
jurisdictions are entitled to enter into mutual recognition agreements.
Furthermore, in June of this year, CBP signed mutual recognition agreements with Jordan and Canada.
International Qualifications Appraisal Board has mutual recognition agreements with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA), CPA Australia (CPAA) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (ICAI).
In 2003, the key trend that emerged was the impact of globalisation and mutual recognition agreements on nurse credentialing.
We are continually looking at ways to attract new and mature students to our profession through innovative recruitment programs at our universities across Canada, alternate channels to the CMA designation, and mutual recognition agreements with various other international accounting societies around the world," says Steve Vieweg, President and CEO of CMA Canada.
They can apply specific measures to help service providers in the sector, such as mutual recognition agreements with target markets to facilitate access for professional service providers.
Mutual recognition agreements on audits could in theory be agreed by the talks, although this is unlikely.