Toiletries giant Lion is creating a Japanese-themed toothpaste to be sold exclusively through the Alibaba-owned Chinese e-commerce site Tmall.

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High-end skin care brand Cha Ling has launched its first store in mainland China, with its flagship store having recently launched in Shanghai.

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Yusen Dai, Co-founder and Vice President of Chinese cross-border cosmetics platform Jumei has resigned for personal reasons, effective immediately.

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L’Occitane has reported its results for three months ended June 30, 2017. The French natural beauty company, which is listed in Hong Kong, revealed revenue growth of 4.1 percent for the three months to June, to reach €279.5 million.

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MAC has been criticised by its social media followers after a lipstick promotion designed to celebrate Australia’s National Lipstick Day proved more popular than anticipated, according to a report published by news.com.au

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The Japanese equivalent of eBay, Mercari has applied to list its shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, according to a report published by Reuters.

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Coty-owned Philosophy has opened an online store on Alibaba’s popular Tmall e-commerce site, according to a report published by China Daily.

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New Zealand-based skin care company Trilogy has launched a cross-border flagship store on Alibaba’s Tmall platform, according to a report published by Taranaki Daily News.

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Amazon is rumored to be planning to enter the Korean online retail market. A report published by the Korean Times pointed to the fact that the company has advertised 48 new positions at its Seoul office, suggesting the e-commerce behemoth is gearing up for launch.

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The Chairman of SaSa International has revealed that sales have been affected by the ongoing row between China and South Korea over THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) missiles, according to a report published by Asia Nikkei. The Hong Kong perfumery chain saw average spend drop 2.8 percent over the last fiscal year, while turnover was down 0.6 percent and profit dove 14.8 percent.

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