That's the view of a UK expert on the subject who believes that manufacturers outside the EU are being dangerously short-sighted if they believe REACH will not seriously affect them, a view the Asia Pacific Coatings Journal has found is prevalent within the region.
What does APCJ stand for?
APCJ stands for Asia Pacific Coatings Journal
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See other definitions of APCJ
- Average per Capita Income
- Advanced Process Control Applications for Industry (Workshop)
- APCI (Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization) with Collision Induced Dissociation
- Andhra Pradesh Coalition in Defence of Diversity (India)
- Asia Pacific Chemical Industry Meeting
- Association of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers
- Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry (pharmaceuticals)
- Aboriginal Professional Center and Internet Services (Ottawa, Canada)
- Advanced Professorial Communication & Integration Skills
- American Paint and Coatings Journal
- Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Education Foundation)
- Asia Pacific Center for Justice and Peace
- Anglican Province of Christ the King
- Association for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge
- adult polycystic kidney disease
- Accreditation of Prior Certificated Learning (UK)
- Anti-Parallel Coupled Line
- Asia Pacific Consumer Law
- Associação Paraense de Canto Lírico
- Association for Promotion of Creative Learning (India)
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There was still an attempt to make the most of the reduced visitor numbers," said David Vaughan-Lee, editor of the Asia Pacific Coatings Journal, "Exhibitors used the time to meet local staff and seemed pleasantly surprised to still meet one or two new clients.
De Saram, whose company accounts for 50% market share, told the Asia Pacific Coatings Journal that after a sluggish first half in 2005, which was caused by the economic dislocation wreaked by the tsunami, the industry began to pick up and blossomed in 2006 as the paint sector was the last in the construction industry to benefit from a repairs boom.