Rotterdam Convention again fails to list chrysotile asbestos as hazardous
Chrysotile asbestos has failed to be listed as a hazardous substance by the Rotterdam Convention for the sixth time. The Convention
is a United Nations treaty that requires dangerous substances that have been listed by the Convention to be traded only with
prior informed consent.
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