India has topped the rankings of halal cosmetics markets in a report compiled by Thomson Reuters in association with Dinar Standard, according to a report published by The Financial Express.
Chinese healthcare company Renhe Pharmacy is said to be considering entering the fray in L'Oreal's auction of The Body Shop, according to a report published by Sky News.
Reckitt Benckiser has appointed Dec PR to handle public relations for the company in the Australian market after RB was handed the largest fine in Australian consumer law history for a Nurofen campaign, according to a report published by Mumbrella.
AmorePacific is suing a Chinese company over allegations that the online mall set up a webpage purporting to be Laneige’s official Chinese web presence in order to sell the brand’s products on the black market, according to a report published by the Korea Times.
The Cambodian Interior Ministry’s Counter Counterfeit Committee has seized some 70 tonnes of counterfeit cosmetics, estimated to be worth US$100 million, according to a report published by the Khmer Times. Five people have been arrested in connection to the raid.
Unilever Philippines is set to export halal products to Southeast Asia and Australia, having gained certification for its Cavite facility, according to a report published by Business Mirror.
LG Household & Health Care will see sales drop off as the Chinese government imposes a ban on travel to South Korea, according to a report published by The Investor.
The President and CEO of AmorePacific group has weighed in on the ongoing dispute between China and Korea over the latter’s decision to deploy a US anti-missile system, known as THAAD, on its territory, according to a report published by Yonhap News.
The Korea Times reported on Friday that Chinese officials had suspended production at LG Household & Health Care’s Hangzhou cosmetic plant for one month, attributing the halt in operation to the escalating row over South Korea’s decision to deploy a US anti-missile system.
Australian women are prioritising ‘cruelty-free’ over other characteristics when buying cosmetics, according to a study carried out by Roy Morgan and reported by Finder.