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Importing cosmetics in China? Here’s how the regulation looks…

Regulation Explained

Importing cosmetics in China? Here’s how the regulation looks…

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

The Chinese cosmetics market is a growing one and has become appealing for many major brands around the world, particularly with its booming skin care segment. Here, we speak to Regulatory expert Dr Tommy Kong about the challenges of entering the China...

AkzoNobel aims for better service and sustainability with new China plant

AkzoNobel aims for better service and sustainability with new China plant

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

Chemicals company AkzoNobel is targeting the China market and looking to better serve its personal care customers there with a new alkoxylation facility in Ningbo bringing the company’s total investment in the strategic multi-site to more than €400 million...

Cosmetics Design's colour cosmetics forum kicks off today!

Cosmetics Design's colour cosmetics forum kicks off today!

By Michelle Yeomans

There's still time left to register for Cosmetics Design's multifunctional colour cosmetics forum, where our panel of experts will discuss the latest innovations and challenges of a segment where alphabet creams are just the tip of the iceberg...

Male tanning tipped as China's next booming market

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Male tanning tipped as China's next booming market

By Michelle Yeomans

Globally speaking, the male market merely follows what’s popular in the female one. However, in China, analysts say skin whitening, which has undoubtedly been the prevailing trend for women, has been forced on Chinese men.

Source: www.techinasia.com

Asia in Focus

WeChat is re-inventing China's direct sales model, says expert

By Michelle Yeomans

China is already the second largest online retail market in the world, and the fastest growing. There, the details lie in creating more active events, promotions and digital marketing strategies, especially through social media platforms like WeChat.

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