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Australia questions European Union's proposed classification of titanium dioxide and cobalt

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Source of information: tbtguide Time: 2019-08-16

On July 31, 2019, Australia and other countries questioned the European Union’s proposal to designate titanium dioxide and cobalt as carcinogens. The entry into force of this proposal would lead to unnecessary trade restrictions.

The Australian government is concerned that the European Union will classify titanium dioxide and cobalt as the second category of carcinogens, thereby causing unreasonable obstacles to trade. It also believes that this method should not be used to classify substances, but direct measures should be adopted to address potential health. harm. Australia recommends that the EU re-classify and revise its classification to avoid larger trade barriers.


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