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Classification, Labelling and Packaging: implementation of the Globally Harmonised System

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The European Commission has proposed a new Regulation on Classification Labelling and Packaging to replace the current Directives on classification and to implement the Globally Harmonised System for Classification and Labelling (GHS). The proposal is slowly making its way through the co-decision process and has raised a number of questions with the Council and Parliament that need to be addressed before a compromise can be found.


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