China Clarifies Position On Price Increases Via Latest Unilever Comment
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Chinese authorities have clarified that not all price increases will trigger fines, even for consumer goods manufacturers like Unilever, which was recently fined RMB 2 million after telling local media that it planned to hike prices for detergent and soap in the wake of rising raw material prices
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