National laws on biocides upheld by European Court

National laws requiring authorisation for the marketing of biocides have recently been held by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to be a legally justifiable breach of the principle of free movement of goods. But national authorities must nevertheless take account of scientific tests and other procedures carried out in other Member States to avoid unnecessary duplication of controls.

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