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The (E) in ISO/IEC 17025:2017(E)

I have a copy of the 17025 standard but in the top right hand corner of the PDF it says "ISO/IEC 17025:2017(E)".

Somebody told me today that the pdf file should not have(E) in the standard name but I found that some of the websites have PDF copies with the (E) next to the 17025:2017.

Is use of standard with ISO/IEC 17025:2017(E) OK? Please advise.

Ajit Basrur

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Since 1947, ISO have had three official languages: English, French and Russian.

ISO International Standards and standards-type documents published by the Central Secretariat are usually in separate (monolingual) English (en) and French (fr) editions and, less frequently, in Russian (ru). Some standards, especially those containing terminology, are published as a bilingual (any two of the official languages), or trilingual (English/French/Russian) edition. The ISO Central Secretariat also publishes certain official translations in non-official languages. To date, these include standards in Spanish (es) and Arabic (ar).
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