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Feb. 13, 2018Cosmetics news

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Every year, COSMED organizes, in partnership with Business France, a day devoted to the international regulations of cosmetic products. This year's theme: What regulatory obstacles to a"cosmetic product world"? These meetings are aimed at all professionals in the cosmetics industry who wish to keep abreast of recent changes in the various regulations in order to better control markets with high potential. They will take place on 23 March in Paris.

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The day will take place in two stages: lectures will be given during the morning, the afternoon will be devoted to round tables of information and exchanges.

The programme of the conferences

China : Market specificities and flagship products - Export Consultant, Business France China

China: China's major regulatory differences vs. the European Regulation - April Guo -Cosmetics Regulatory Affairs Manager - CIRS

USA : Specificities Market and flagship products - Development Manager, Business France USA

USA: The major US regulatory differences vs. the European Regulation - Mrs. Béatrice Moreau -Manager - Registrar Corp

Halal market and trends around the world Involved in the selection process

Halal: What are the rules for Halal certification worldwide? - Mr Farhan Tufail - General Manager - Halal Certification Service

Round Tables

Each participant can choose three round tables, each lasting 50 minutes.

 1. Recordings in Iran: feedback and testimony - Delphine Masson - Regulatory Affairs Director - NAOS

 2. Recordings in China: feedback from experience - April Guo -Cosmetics Regulatory Affairs Manager - CIRS

 3. MERCOSUR registrations: What are the differences between the different countries in the zone? - Emmanuelle Guehl - Project manager America/UK - Pierre Fabre

 4. Registration in Sub-Saharan Africa: What is practice vs ...