By  on July 13, 2007

WASHINGTON — Regulators on both sides of the Atlantic agreed to share confidential information while developing policies that control public safety rules and trade for cosmetics, possibly easing the way for common ground on suitable alternatives to animal testing.

If the agreement, reached last week between the Food and Drug Administration and the European Commission, does successfully cut through some bureaucratic red tape, the beauty industry might avoid a big headache in March 2009.

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