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EU Drops Ingredient Mutual Recognition From TTIP Cosmetics Goals

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The European Commission has eliminated language in a position paper proposing mutual recognition of permitted and banned cosmetic ingredients under the developing Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. The move was applauded by European Consumer Organization (BEUC), but the group remains wary that TTIP’s cosmetics and broader provisions could compromise consumer protections in the EU, with negotiations ongoing.

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