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Questions Remain On Animal Testing Ban, Possible Loopholes

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

While it appears inevitable that the European Commission’s full ban on testing cosmetic ingredients on animals will proceed starting March 11 as dictated by the Cosmetics Directive, how the EC and member states will interpret and enforce the ban remains to be seen. Consulting firm Technology Sciences Group believes the regulation may be more flexible, and less onerous, than anticipated.


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