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BREXIT
UK chemicals industry lauds added time for registrations
09.09.2020
REACH
UK could see no future association with ECHA / National rules will be drafted
23.06.2020
BREXIT
EU and UK chemical producers supply talking points for trade negotiations / No tariff barriers and REACH as common standard
06.03.2020
CHEMICALS ECONOMY
EU production forecast to be flat in 2020 / Cefic cites slowing global economy / Issues of Brexit not specifically addressed
02.01.2020
BREXIT
Nearly half of UK REACH registrations not yet transferred to EU entities / More than 700 substances may not be available from 1 November
18.09.2019
BREXIT
Uncertainty remains after MPs vote against leaving EU without a deal / EU and UK businesses say no deal is a no-win outcome for both sides
14.03.2019
BREXIT
European Commission adopts "no deal" plans / Lack of REACH regulation provisions / Major supply chain disruptions foreseen
01.02.2019
UNITED KINGDOM
Brexit deal suffers heavy defeat / Plastics companies concerned about no deal / Cefic asks for solution to avoid supply chain disruptions / BPF survey
16.01.2019
UNITED KINGDOM
Trade bodies argue for remaining in ECHA / Criticism from Brexit hardliners
26.01.2018
UNITED KINGDOM
"Brexit" and plastics industry / BPF fears high trade costs with the EU / Priorities include access to skills / European chemical industry signs joint statement / Plastics exports to UK particularly important for Ireland
21.11.2017
SHALE GAS
Ineos beats the drum harder post-Brexit / Calls for UK manufacturing renaissance
15.07.2016
UNITED KINGDOM
More than 50% of respondents to PIE poll say “Brexit” will not impact their business / More than a third fear negative repercussions / “Not the decision our sector wanted,” says UK chemicals association / Linpac does not expect any change
29.06.2016
PLASTICS RECYCLING UK
Mock Recoup poll finds 65% of UK recycling industry players prefer to remain in the EU / Upcoming referendum will directly affect UK industry
23.06.2016
UK CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
Brexit: Leaving the EU could harm UK chemicals trade, warns industry group CIA / Survey shows 62% of chemical companies in UK want to remain in EU
02.05.2016
UK
Are the energy prices for chlorine production in Runcorn falling? / Potential exemption from climate tax
02.12.2015
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