ICCR Will Have Growing Role In Setting Global Policy – Industry Groups
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Following the International Cooperation on Cosmetics Regulation’s eighth meeting in Ottawa, representatives from trade groups PCPC and CCTFA spoke with “The Rose Sheet” about ICCR’s progress to date and its growing influence on regulation within core member jurisdictions, as well as with other stakeholders around the world.
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