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Helping your Business in the European Union
The U.S. Commercial Service at the United States Mission to the European Union (CSEU) is ready to help your company understand the EU’s regulatory challenges and seize its opportunities.

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There are around 450 million consumers in the European Union’s 27 Member States. The U.S. Commercial Service at the United States Mission to the European Union (CSEU) is ready to help your company understand the EU’s regulatory challenges and seize its opportunities. We also help resolve market access barriers through active monitoring of EU legislation. In addition to assisting companies/industries with specific issues, CSEU identifies and works to reduce technical barriers to trade such as technical regulations and standards, product standards and testing, and certification procedures that hamper U.S. exports.

New Events - The European SCIP Database

Register to join two webinars from the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Mission to the EU to learn about new regulatory requirements regarding the European Substances of Concern in Products (SCIP) database. Registration for the SCIP database is mandatory for companies based in Europe and will also affect U.S. exporters.

Following the webinars, there will be a 60-minute roundtable session with senior experts from the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). Register your interest to join this SCIP roundtable.  

Succeed in the European Union with the U.S. Commercial Service

Explore key resources and events that can help your international business in the EU.
EU Standards
EU Standards Certification is about conformity assessment in order to declare compliance with EU regulatory requirements, which is visibly testified by the manufacturer through the use of CE marking.
EU Intellectual Property Rights
The IP attaché office is dedicated to helping U.S. businesses understand and address IP challenges and issues they may face in foreign markets.
REACH EU
Learn about REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restrictions of Chemicals) in the EU.
Cosmetics
All cosmetic products exported by U.S. companies to the EU must comply with the EU Cosmetics Regulation.
WEEE/RoHS
EU Regulations on WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment recycling) and RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances).
Small Modular Reactor Working Group
The Small Modular Reactor Working Group promotes the deployment and export of U.S. SMRs in key European markets.