@JeffyPoooh - "China Export" was a joke. It's not a real thing.
If you "make an item available for sale" in the EU, it must meet the requirements spelled out in the appropriate EU standards.
If you make it commercially available (ie selling it in shops), the entity making it available must affix the CE mark, and take personal responsibility for it meeting the appropriate regulations. This is usually either the importer (eg Tesco) or the manufacturer (eg Apple).
If it's a prototype, one-off or other very limited-run item, (eg custom-built in your shed for money) you don't have to affix a CE mark, but you do still have to make a "best effort" to meet the requirements.
It's just that an enforcement on a shed-built device wouldn't expect you to have done the more expensive testing, like EMC. They would still expect you to have followed the easily-checked requirements, like creepage, clearance, use of appropriate safety components, earthing metal cases, avoiding finger traps etc, and failing to do so could result in prosecution.
It doesn't matter if either of the above affixes a mark that looks like a CE mark but claims it meant something else - if the item doesn't meet the appropriate requirements, they have broken the law.
And if they do affix something that looks like the CE mark but claim it meant something else, they would immediately get done for "passing off", regardless of whether the device itself was bad.