Chemical Regulations in Asia-Pacific

Intensive Seminar

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15 November 2017 | Frankfurt/Main

If you would like to receive more information please contact Clara Hausin.


In cooperation with Dr. Knoell Consult, Lexxion Publisher offers a special seminar focusing on chemical regulations in the Asia-Pacific region. In various one-hour lectures, high-ranking experts will update you on chemical regulation systems of some of Europe’s main trading partners. This includes Japan, China, South-Korea, Thailand and Australia. After each lecture, there will be panels giving you the chance to discuss your questions. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to get the latest information about amendments of K-REACH and its most important differences compared to EU-REACH. In addition to two detailed lectures on the chemicals law of China and Japan, we also introduce you to the 2017 updated chemical law of Thailand and Australia. What has changed and what are the consequences? Which areas are particularly affected? An overview of the current state of the chemical regulations in other Asian countries, such as Malaysia, Vietnam and Taiwan, will round off the programme and provide you with important advice for your business. Register now!

Who Should Participate?

The seminar is aimed at employees of the chemical industry, importers, traders, authorities, consulting firms and lawyers focussing on chemicals law, as well as everybody who is interested in establishing themselves on the market of the countries represented in this event.

 Your Personal Benefit

  • Get detailed insights into the legislations of the countries presented.
  • Get answers from experts.
  • Engage yourselves in discussions with colleagues from your branch.






Zeitschrift für Stoffrecht
Erscheinungsweise: zweimonatlich
Umfang: ca. 48 Seiten
ISSN 16 13-39 19

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Publication frequency: quarterly
Subscription: € 442,-
ISSN 16 19-52 72

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