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Guidelines for Exporting Cosmetics Containing Wild Fauna and Flora to China

On Dec 25, 1980, China joined the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which is a multilateral treaty to protect endangered plants and animals through controlling the international trade. Since that time, China has played a prominent role in bilateral, regional, and international cooperation in the implementation of the Convention. For the cosmetic sector, any imported cosmetics containing wild fauna and flora listed in the CITES shall obtain a Certificate of Permission from the Office of Import and Export of Endangered Species apart from the cosmetic filing/registration certificate from the NMPA. If the wild fauna and flora contained is excluded or exempted from the CITES, a Certificate of Species is mandatory instead.

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Angelita Hu
ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
Ms. Angelita Hu reports regulatory updates and shares her interpretation on regulations at ChemLinked. She works as a regulatory analyst for over 5 years and has extensive knowledge of cosmetic regulation in Asia Pacific regions.
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