China’s Booming Cosmetics Market Still Offers “Plenty of Room” For Entrants
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
In the booming China cosmetics market - now seventh-largest in the world - large international players are dominant, but there is still "plenty of room" for new entrants, according to market research firm RNCOS
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