European economic unification— known as EC '92—has had a major effect on the pace and organization of the standardization effort in ophthalmic optics. Initially, the creation of standards for ophthalmic optics proceeded at a studied pace. Standard writing is not a naturally rapid process and, while steady progress was made during the first five years, the production of standards was fairly low.
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Publish Date: 01 August 1992
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