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China's Animal Testing Requirement Keeps Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Firms Away

November 11, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
China’s policy requiring cosmetics to be tested on animals before they are allowed to be sold in the country prevents some cosmetics companies, which are against animal testing, from entering the market. The Body Shop, for example, has refrained from expanding in to China to avoid violating the company’s cruelty-free policies. In the Philippines, The Body Shop launched its Christmas line of skincare products for 2012.
Camille Erika R. Sarte, "Chinese dilemma", Business World, November 11, 2012, © BusinessWorld Publishing Corporation
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