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Vietnam publishes new development strategies on domestic chemical industry

Sep-27-2022 Chemical industry Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability

On June 16th, 2022, a decision approving Vietnam’s chemical industry development strategy was signed by deputy prime minister Le Van Thanh.  Under the strategies, new policies, tasks, and measur...

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Vietnam plans to change rules for restricted chemicals

Jun-03-2022 Labelling Restricted use Safety data sheets (SDSs)

Consultation on the proposed amendments to the Vietnamese rules on their restricted chemical licences, labelling, management logbooks, and annual reporting deadlines is currently ongoing until June 26...

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Vietnam publishes a draft amendment to Decree No. 113/2017/ND-CP

Aug-10-2021 GHS Vietnam POPs Restricted use

On July 9, 2021, the General Department of Chemicals of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) of Vietnam published a draft decree to amend Decree No. 113/2017/ND-CP regarding the Law on Chemic...

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Nominate Substances to Vietnamese National Chemical Inventory before April 15

Feb-28-2021 Chemical inventory Chemical notification/registration Compliance strategy

Vietnamese National Chemical Inventory (NCI) Notification window opened on 16th October 2020 and is about to close on 15th April 2021. Vietnam began to compile the national chemical inventory (...

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Vietnam National chemical inventory nominations reopened by Authorities

Sep-30-2020 Chemical inventory chemical notification/registration Risk assessment

Vietnam has reopened the nomination of chemicals for inclusion in its draft national inventory until 15 April next year.  In the first round of nominations, the Vietnamese ...

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Second Opportunity to Nominate in Vietnam Chemical Inventory:

Oct-26-2020 Chemical inventory chemical notification/registration Substance & mixture classification

Notification to the Vietnam chemical inventory is reopened the notification to the inventory may be done before 15th April 2021. A longer time duration of about six months is provided so that all stak...

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