“Decree 677-Regulation on the Administration of Pesticides” was a prelude to more far reaching regulatory/legislative/administrative reform in the Chinese pesticide sector. Comparing current regulations with pending regulations and the drafts of the 5 supporting rules, the impact on pesticide production is foreseeable.
Clearer Division of Labor, Centralized Management and Fewer Certificates
Under the new system enterprises wishing to engage in pesticide production should firstly notify the MIIT. Depending on the corresponding product quality standard, an enterprise should either apply to the AQSIQ for the production license or apply to the MIIT for the single product production approval. In the past multiple authorities were involved which lead to administrative overlap, redundancy and overall inefficiency.
Pesticide Production Management under Chinese Current and New Regulations
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