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Standards Malaysia promotes Good Regulatory Practices (GRP) to substantiate the efforts of the Malaysian Productivity Council. GRP are a set of principles which are intended to provide guidelines to help efficient regulatory management. Through GRP, the ultimate objective is to minimise costs and market distortions.
Download and Read More on Good Regulatory Practices (GRP)(Endorsed by the 2/40 SEOM Meeting 2-4 February 2009, Bangkok, Thailand)APEC Document of GRP :Regulatory Policy Division Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development, OECD
- Principles and Features of Good Practice for Technical Regulation
- Information Notes on Good Practice for Technical Regulation
- Guidelines for the preparation, adoption and review of technical regulations.
Regulatory Policy Division Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development, OECD
- Recommendation of The Council of The OECD on Improving The Quality of Government Regulation (Adopted on 9 March 1995)
- OECD Guiding Principles for Regulatory Quality and Performance, 2005
- Building an Institutional Framework for Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) : Guidance for Policy Maker Version 1.1 2008