PCPC Raises ‘Grave Concerns’ About China’s Cosmetic Regs, Possible WHO Treaty Noncompliance
Foreign cosmetic product manufacturers may avoid the Chinese market if burdensome registration requirements aren’t modified and fairness issues addressed, the trade association says in comments to the Office of the US Trade Representative.
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