A certification mark is a type of trademark whereby a trader uses the mark to indicate the origin, material, mode of manufacture of products, mode of performance of services, quality, accuracy of other characteristics of products or services. They are generally used by industrial standards bodies or certification companies to demonstrate that a product or service meets a certain standard.
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