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Global Business Briefing – October 2018

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In this issues: 

  • Prop 65: standing the test of time? - California’s chemical exposure warning law is in its 30th year
  • Taiwan plans regulatory integration - Moves are afoot to increase the integration of regulation in one of Asia’s major chemical markets in the coming year
  • A mixed picture on the ground - The reality of REACH and CLP enforcement is considerably more complex than regulators might think
  • Taking back controls - EU member states are still short of uniformity in their ‘controls’ of REACH and CLP enforcement
  • Be ready for no deal - Although the Brexit situation will remain fluid, the UK chemicals industry must get ready for the worst
  • Data and toxicology: the challenges ahead - In silico methods can be used to support regulatory decisions in various regulatory frameworks
  • Reducing your chemical footprint downstream - Users are demonstrating progress to environmentally sound chemicals management
  • FDA far from achieving clarity on BPA - Participants in the largest ever study on bisphenol A are concerned about the regulator’s approach

Contents of this month's briefing