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Taiwan to Promote Non-animal Testing for Taiwan REACH

  •   17 Oct 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    Takehome:

    • Taiwan will incentivize the use of non-animal tests for new and existing chemical registration.
    • Discounts on registration fee will be offered to promote use of non-animal testing.
    • No changes to current legislation are expected until after the second batch of PECs subject to registration are released, which is expected in 2/3 years.

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