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> Domestic produced chemicals are not sold domestically and be exported directly to other countries. Do we need to provide SDS and labels which fit Chinese GHS?
> Our products are mixtures. For confidential reasons, could we not write specific ingredients on labels?
> "Our labels and SDS are designed by foreign headquarters, especially labels, there is no rules such as add black box, leave margin nor order requirements in EU.( For example, put the warning words below the name, and put the hazard description below the warning words, etc.) But if we design for Chinese market separately, we need to change the whole label design system. If we do not follow the national standard, will we be punished?"
> If foreign export manufacturers do not provide SDS and labels required by Chinese GHS, who will be punished?
> If I only subpackage the hazardous products I bought and then sold out, do I need to update the label?
> If manufacturing enterprises do not provide the SDS and labels, could I, as their customer, prepare SDS and labels for them?
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What chemicals need to be registered?
What hazardous chemicals need to go through legal inspection?
Is registration needed if paint is imported, sub-packaged as commodities, and sold to downstream companies for direct selling in the market?
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