CIR Model For Ingredient Assessment Piques China's Interest
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Regulatory authorities in developing countries, including China, are showing increasing interest in the Cosmetic Ingredient Review process, with a view to adapting it for use in their own regions, according to CIR Director Lillian Gill.
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