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Taiwan Issues Draft Amendments of New and Existing Chemical Registration Regulation

  •   12 Apr 2018
  •    Nadine He
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    Taiwan EPA issued on 29 Mar 2018 the draft revisions to the Regulation of New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration. The draft proposal is currently undergoing a 60-day public consultation.

    The Regulation of New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration has been implemented since 11th of Dec 2014. The regulation details the registration requirements of new and existing chemical substances in Taiwan, as well as information dissemination and confidential business information protection, etc. Taiwan EPA has drafted revisions to the regulation in Sep 2017 and this is an updated revision proposed based on the feedbacks collected from the industry.

    Major revisions compared to the current practice are summarized as below:

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