By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, May 30 (Reuters) - European Union chemical companies are scrambling to forge alliances and collect data on the substances they produce as landmark new rules governing the sector enter force on Friday. The EU law, known as REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals), requires businesses to prove substances in everyday products from cars to clothes to computers are safe. The European Parliament and EU governments approved a final version of the ...
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