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The releases are in listed in reverse chronology, starting with the most recent.
16 January 2015
Cefic’s response to the Commission’s consultation on defining criteria for identifying which substances will be considered as endocrine disruptors
24 October 2014
Cefic statement on the European Council agreement reached October 24 on the 2030 climate and energy policy framework.
20 June 2014
European chemicals output will grow by 2.0% this year, driven by rising demand from customer industries, particularly car-makers, and some stabilisation in the construction industry.
26 March 2014
A statement by Cefic on the WTO ruling on Chinese rare earths and other raw materials restrictions.
20 February 2014
Statement by Cefic on February 20 U Council on Competitiveness dealing with the latest European Commission proposals on energy and climate policy.
11 December 2013
Statement by Cefic on global trade facilitation deal agreed by the World Trade Organisation in Bali.
28 November 2013
Statement by Cefic on aoption by European Commission of proposal for a directive on protection of trade secrets
13 November 2013
Cefic and the Japan Chemical Industry Association continue to support ambitious, comprehensive trade agreement between the EU and Japan.
03 July 2013
Cefic responds to European Parliament plenaryvote in favour of ETS backloading proposal, calling the decision detrimental to energy-intensive industries in Europe like chemicals.
27 June 2013
European chemicals output will contract by 1.0% this year before returning to modest growth of 1.5% in 2014, Cefic 's June 2013 forecast notes.
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