The story of the chemicals industry in Indian and Chinese states has long been shrouded in secrecy.
But, according to a recent report, it is about to get a whole lot more open.
In an open letter, the Centre for Science and Environment in India and the World Business Council in China say that they are creating a new regulatory framework to allow more transparency in the sector.
These new initiatives come as India’s chemical industry faces a new set of regulatory pressures.
First, India’s national regulator is expected to unveil a set of new regulations on July 2.
Secondly, the new regime is expected also to bring greater transparency in India’s industrial sector.
This could help to encourage more investment and spur innovation.
The government is set to unveil these regulations on Wednesday, and these regulations will be subject to public consultation and will be open to public comment.
These regulations will also give companies and communities in India the ability to register their chemicals as an independent business.
The chemicals industry’s contribution to India’s economy is a key pillar of India’s GDP and is estimated at nearly $6.4 billion, according the World Bank.
But the industry is largely neglected and under-resourced.
For example, more than 70% of India is underdeveloped in terms of industrial infrastructure.
Many companies in the industry have not been able to secure funding from private investors to scale up.
The country is also one of the world’s largest chemical exporters, but it is not one of its largest chemical producers.
India is now poised to play a key role in the global chemical industry and is well placed to take advantage of opportunities that come with this opportunity.
India’s Chemicals Industry India’s Chemical Industry is the fifth largest in the world behind the United States, China, Russia and the European Union.
In 2013, the country produced about 20% of the global supply of chemicals.
About 20% comes from India and India’s share is expected increase to more than 40% by 2032, according a 2015 report by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
However, the industry faces challenges in terms, not only the availability of new chemicals, but also the quality and safety of chemicals in India.
The Chemicals Council of India (CCI) has been monitoring the chemicals sector in India since the early 2000s.
This body has a mandate to set guidelines and standards for chemicals, with the aim of improving the safety of the products.
The CCI also has a mission to promote the use of chemicals by Indian manufacturers, to promote their use in India, and to help them attract foreign investment.
However, this mandate is only partially implemented.
The sector suffers from poor infrastructure, a lack of transparency, and a lack, for instance, of a regulatory framework that ensures the safety and quality of chemicals produced in India in the country.
The industry is currently facing many of the same problems that have been faced in other industries.
For instance, it has a lack in access to capital, limited knowledge of its chemical composition and processes, and limited knowledge in how to operate in a highly competitive environment.
The CCCI has also had to deal with the challenges of the environment.
Many of the chemical products are produced by chemical plants that have no experience in manufacturing.
The chemical products also often contain chemicals that have not undergone the appropriate safety testing.
For these reasons, the CCCi has been struggling to develop and implement a set, and then follow, of measures to address these problems.
These measures have included a range of measures, such as the setting up of a public consultation mechanism, including a website, and creating a list of stakeholders who can voice their views.
But it has also included initiatives to support chemical producers to invest in new facilities, including creating a number of new manufacturing centres.
The new framework for chemical companies in India The new regulatory approach to the chemical industry will help to further expand access to chemicals, provide more options for investment, and help to diversify the chemical market.
The Indian government has been pushing for more transparency.
The National Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (NCSIR) was set up by the government in September 2016.
It is a body that brings together the ministries of science, environment, energy, technology, and defence.
It aims to ensure the well-being of science and society by ensuring that scientific research is conducted in an open and transparent manner.
This includes ensuring that information is shared with the public.
The NCSIR is also tasked with providing advice on chemical safety and environmental issues to the Indian Government and government departments.
The latest initiative to tackle the chemical sector’s challenges comes in the form of a new, open framework for chemicals producers in India that was announced in January 2018.
The framework provides a set standard of standards and processes for chemicals production and storage.
Under the new framework, chemical companies will be able to operate independently, and the government will have the power to regulate the use and storage of chemicals, including the import and export of chemicals and