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RoHS | July 20, 2006

Firms on Track to Meet RoHS Rules

Beginning from July 1 this year, the European Union (EU) will enact a directive governing the restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS) in products sold in the EU. This will have an especially strong impact on electrical and electronic equipment, such as notebook computers, mobile phones, and a host of other gadgets and appliances.
The RoHS regulations are especially significant for Taiwan as many of these products or components for these products are manufactured on the island. According to statistics compiled by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), most of the companies here that will be affected seem to have got the message.

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