DIN, the German Institute for Standardization, is not a state-run institution - as is often assumed - but a privately organized non-profit registered association, and its work is largely financed through the sales of standards. This ensures that the standards users themselves determine which standards are in line with the market. Standards are thus developed in a practical manner - for use in practice.
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