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Will China Remove Mandatory Animal Testing for Imported General Cosmetics?

Last May, China released Administrative Measures for Filing of Non-special Use Cosmetics (Draft) and proposed a possibility that imported general cosmetics will be exempt from mandatory animal testing. Starting from the finalization of China's overarching regulation - Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) on June 29, whether China will move away from animal testing for imported general cosmetics has been the most burning question in the industry. However, the CSAR gives no clear and specific answer as it only regulates the underlying cosmetic regulatory framework.

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