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Taiwan Authority Attempts to Solve Controversial Chemical Registration Issues

  •   10 May 2018
  •    Nadine He
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    Taiwan's EPA has opened a 60-day public consultation on the draft revisions to the Regulation of New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration. The comment period will end on 29 May. Major revisions compared to the current registration practice have been introduced by ChemLinked in this Expert Article.

    Three industry focused seminars were held by Taiwanese authority in early May to outline the revisions. Based on the comments put forwarded in the seminars, some controversial issues that may be of your interest are introduced as below.

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