By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, Aug 23 (Reuters) - What price Europe's health? The question lies at the heart of a debate over a draft chemicals law that detractors say could cost Europe its dominance of the lucrative sector. The law, known as REACH, would require the testing and licensing of thousands of commonly used substances, like those in paint and detergents, to determine whether they pose a threat to the environment and consumers' health. Chemical makers bemoan the multi-billion-euro ...
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