Global Business Briefing – July/August 2015
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Top articles from this month's issue
- We report on the laboratories providing REACH testing and analysis, who warn that there could be a capacity shortage in the run-up to the 2018 registration deadline
- We also look into the different systems used to differentiate new and existing chemicals; a topic widely discussed at this year’s ChemCon in Hong Kong
- Law firm Hunton & Williams explains the potential business and legal implications of Echa’s substances of equivalent level of concern concept
- Taking on our NGO platform this month, Ciel’s David Azoulay and Women in Europe for a Common Future’s Alexandra Caterbow, question the EU’s leadership position in international chemicals negotiations
- Harlan Laboratories’ Stuart Niven takes our guest column spot and explains why the road to the2018 registration deadline might not be as smooth as first thought
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- Testing times
- In the news
- How new chemicals are identified
- A conflict of interest
- Fostering sustainable chemistry
- Overcoming data management challenges
- Regulating polymers
- Is the EU still leading?
- Balancing innovation and compliance
- Guest column – Stuart Niven
- Soeloc: an open-ended definition
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