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> Is registration only done in the traditional Chinese language?
> Regarding the tox testing lab, does it have to be in Taiwan? Any there any requirements for a designated lab in TW?
> Health: are in-vitro tests for skin and eye damage permitted? If so, both for category 1 and 2?
> QSAR and Read-Across method will be accepted in Taiwan or not? Under China New Substance Notification result from such methods will be regards just as reference.
> If the GPC chromatogram is inaccessible, how to do with it?
> Any local tox or eco-tox testing required? Physical and chemical properties must have testing report or inhouse testing result is sufficient?
Company A and B are both foreign companies. Company A has obtained the registration certificate of the new chemical substance P. Company A will sell substance P to company B, and B will re-sell it to company C. Does company C need to obtain the registration certificate?
We have a product reagent in small bottles wrapped by outer boxes. How should we label it in this case?
How to determine the hazard classification of mixtures?
If the new chemical substances has already been notified under SEPA Order 17 (predecessor of MEP Order 7), is it necessary to comply with the scientific research record notification under MEP Order 7?
What chemicals need to be registered?
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