The European Union’s long-debated REACH (registration, evaluation and authorization of chemicals) program launches this month amid deepening concern the new policy could impose overwhelming administrative burdens on the European auto industry. As a key consumer of chemical products, the auto industry has to ensure its suppliers register most chemical substances used to make their components, as well as ensure these products comply with any health or environment-based restrictions deemed ...
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