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CFI Clarifies Cosmetics Pilot For Animal Testing-Free China Entry

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Executive Summary

Cruelty Free International CEO Michelle Thew aims to set the record straight following reports that might seem to refute the NGO’s earlier statements about the program. Ultimately the “tightly controlled” pathway to China’s cosmetics market remains a promising opportunity for companies that have shied from taking the plunge for fear of tarnishing their animal-friendly creds.


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