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Regulatory Developments in China (January to June 2018)


Since the beginning of the year, the Chinese Government has enacted several key pieces of legislation that contain obligations or imposes requirements on both manufacturers and importers of products into that country.

This white paper aims to summarize the key developments between January and June 2018 under four main headings:

  •        Restriction of Hazardous Chemicals – China RoHS 2
  •        Compulsory Product Certification System
  •        Energy Efficiency
  •        Management and Importation of Solid Waste

Author bio:

Amy Chen is a Regulatory Compliance Specialist with Compliance & Risks, specializing in environmental law for China and Taiwan. She keeps clients up to date on areas including REACH, RoHS, WEEE, energy labeling, energy efficiency, packaging, product safety, EMC, climate change, environmental health and safety, occupational health and safety, and food contact material. Amy is a native Chinese speaker and has a Master of International Commercial Laws from the University of Limerick, and a Bachelor of Law degree from University College Cork.

Published: August 2018