Global Business Briefing – November 2013
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Top articles in this month's issue
● We look at chemical industry reaction to Malaysia's new CLASS regulations on classification, labelling and safety data sheets;
● Law firm Hunton & Williams warns that a European Court ruling granting NGOs access to information on pesticide ingredients could affect CBI on other chemical products;
● The Chemical Business Association points out that changes to a chemical's classification can trigger new requirements under other laws;
● The delayed EU strategy on endocrine disruptors must have teeth, says the Health and Environment Alliance in this month's NGO Platform; and
● we explain who must do what by when under California's Safer Consumer Products Regulations.
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- Questions remain on Malaysian CLASS regulations
- California's Safer Consumer Product Regulations
- Aerospace sector seeks alternatives to Cr VI and Cd compounds
- Interview with Taiwan Watch Institute on TCSCA changes
- Long road ahead for alternative test methods
- Knock-on effects trigger changes to chemical’s classifications
- Court ruling threatens CBI protection
- BiocidesWatch: navigating market access procedures
- Mexico allows option to use GHS-based standard
- The challenge of substitution
- NGO platform: Time for EU to act on endocrine disruptors
- Guest column: Ken Zarker, Washington State Ecology Dept
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