An example of bad EU regulation: A nasty surprise hidden in the new Classification and Labeling Regulation

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On 20 January 2009, a hidden change in the EU Regulations was introduced. It triggers thousands of cleaning products to become classified as dangerous chemical products and causes hundreds of industrial facilities in the EU to become major accident hazard facilities. As such nothing new, except that it was triggered by hidden change in the text, and that the competent EU officials seem to attempt to hide their mistake.

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