Contents:

  • Current situation
  • What UK REACH means for industry
  • Establishing UK REACH
  • In Summary
  • What is DEFRA doing to help businesses?
  • Actions for Business: Access to the UK Market – Transitional Measures
  • Grace Period Deadline Extensions
  • Maintaining EU/EEA Market Access and Making New Registrations
  • Data Sharing
  • Negotiations
  • To sum up DEFRA recommends that UK and EU businesses

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