The team included seven military officers three from Germany and one each from the Czech Republic, Denmark, Poland and Sweden and a German interpreter, along with five members of the Ukrainian military as escorts.中国将取消强制的化妆品动物测试 :37:55 中国将取消强制的化妆品动物测试在很多国家，保护动物权利是个大问题但是中国当今的法律规定化妆品必须在动物身上经过测试才行，这也意味着很多国外品牌被中国大陆排除在外但是中国政府表示今年夏天开始，化妆品公司客自主选择是否要在动物身上测试Protecting the rights of animals has become a big issue in many countries, Chinese law currently requires all cosmetics products to be tested on animals meaning some international brands have stayed out of the mainland. But the Chinese Government says that from this summer, cosmetics companies will be able to choose whether or not to test on live animals. Ahead of the move, Chinese scientists are now learning about alternative test methods. Cosmetics are big business in China.Until now, the fourthlargest cosmetics market in the world has mainly relied on animaltesting to ensure consumer safety.Each year, some 300thousand live animals undergo painful testing in Chinese laboratories. But the Government now wants to adopt alternative methods, that have proven track records in other countries."Alternative methods use complicated techniques and need more international cooperation." Dr. Cheng Shujun, Guangdong Inspection and Quarantine Bureau said.Global institutes and experts can help us build advanced labs and improve our experimental ability.Each year millions of animals, such as mice, rabbits and monkeys are tested worldwide scientific purposes.The new regulation will allow both Chinese and eign companies operating on the Mainland the option to avoid animal testing, if they use ingredients that have aly been tested as safe.Until now, Chinese scientists have had limited access to nonanimal testing techniques and facilities. But China is now set to learn from international expertise, and become better equipped.Invitro and other nonanimal techniques will be widely used."This alternative method training is very helpful. We mainly focus on experimental practice." Kang Hua, Researcher of Zhejiang Food and Drug Inspecton Inst. said.The country is rolling out the welcoming mat to companies that refused animal testing and couldn’t get a slice of China’s cosmetics pie.
But Vietnam has continued its oil and gas exploration and development activities in the disputed waters with China in the South China Sea over the years, he said.
One of the letter writers, who would only state his surname, He, said that if wares were stolen from a certain store, employees there had to pay the company compensation.