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Regulatory uncertainty poses one of the greatest challenges to a company’s ability to succeed in markets around the world and for the global economy to thrive. By working closely with governments, standards-setting bodies, and other NGOs, ITI encourages the development and adoption of globally aligned, internationally recognized standards and regulatory best practices to help its members navigate and overcome the growing patchwork of rules and regulations that threatens to fragment the market. With established networks of industry resources in Asia and in Latin America, and with the guidance of leading worldwide compliance and technical experts, ITI works to resolve and prevent technical barriers to trade so its member companies can bring beneficial technology to global consumers in the most efficient way.

Techwonk Blog

  • India’s Proposed “Registration” Plan Is a Market Access Barrier (September 24, 2013)

    This week, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh travels to Washington for meetings with President Obama and top Administration officials. Their primary topic: economic growth. But several key policies ...

  • Enormous Opportunity in the U.S.-EU Trade Talks (July 24, 2013)

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) presents significant opportunities for new job creation and economic growth for both the United States and the European Union – if negotiators ...

  • A New Way to Gauge Electronics’ Responsible Recycling (July 08, 2013)

    In my previous blog, I talked about the importance of standards, and how the Responsible Recycling (R2) standard set the bar for the safe recycling of electronics. When I wrote that blog, the R2 Technical ...

  • Lessons Learned from the ITI Sustainability Series (July 01, 2013)

    Nearly 200 company representatives from several industry sectors participated in our first-ever ITI Sustainability Series – product policy and compliance seminars held in Round Rock, Tex., Santa Clara, ...

  • Bipartisan Leadership on Conflict Minerals (June 03, 2013)

    Four U.S. Senators – two Democratic, two Republican – have joined in introducing a Senate resolution calling for stronger diplomatic engagement to bring peace to the war-torn Democratic Republic of the ...

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