Global Business Briefing – February 2014
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Top articles in this month's issue
● the latest draft of India's national chemicals policy promises to rationalise regulations and create a chemical management framework;
● the heads of ECHA and the US EPA's chemicals office, Geert Dancet and Jim Jones, each give their thoughts on what 2014 holds in store for their organisation;
● we ask EU member states about their plans for fees under the biocides Regulation; and
● specialist law firm Keller & Heckman says a recent US EPA ruling shows why firms should only be required to report the most significant new information about their substances.
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- India’s national chemicals policy
- 2014 outlook: Geert Dancet, ECHA
- 2014 outlook: James Jones, US EPA
- In the news
- Navigating the maze of BPR fees
- The DfE label: how the US EPA promotes safer cleaning products
- Europe’s new era in cosmetics regulation
- The Elementis case and reporting studies under TSCA
- Pigments colour Clariant’s future
- ChemCon Europe 2014 preview
- BiocidesWatch: US registration data requirements
- Supply chain insights: a look at information management
- REACH & CLP hub: tips on mixtures classification
- NGO platform: The dark side of electronics recycling
- Guest column: SDSs are 'mumbo-jumbo'
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