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China Focus: What’s New with Its Chemical Management System

The beginning of the new decade has witnessed solid progress made in China’s chemical management system. From a new framework of new chemical management, through continued attention to and actions on hazardous chemicals, to catalogue-based management of chemicals at both central and local levels, China’s recent efforts deal with every significant part in its chemical regulatory scheme.

Chemical management has long been an important part in China’s domestic agendas and global actions, as the potential health and environmental hazards associated with chemicals have raised heightened concerns. It involves multiple industries, various authorities and a complicated network of regulations, standards and inventories.

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Nora Wang
ChemLinked Editor
She oversees real-time content gathering and production and focuses on changes in chemicals regulations in the Asia Pacific region.
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