By Tatiana Gladenkova, a PhD research student, Moscow State University
In this guest article, Tatiana Gladenkova, a PhD research student at the Moscow State University, presents the findings of her research into the shifting nature of trade in the global cosmetics industry.
To find out how business on the ground is fairing since this country’s new President had his ‘worst call by far’ with a foreign leader, Cosmetics Design caught up with Jacqui Rathner of Naturally Australian Products.
Last month Cosmetics Design ran a reader survey to gauge your sense of how the next four years will reshape the industry. The results are in—likely new policy on trade agreements, international sourcing, and regulations will impact the beauty business.
MCG Pharmaceuticals, a supplier of non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD) resin extract, has set up an online retail platform for its cosmetics products, which will allow it to sell directly to EU consumers.
A lot has been made about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) as it affects many different markets, but for beauty, fears surrounding it could lead to consumers and brands opting more for purer and more natural products, according...
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At the sixth round of EU-US trade talks on a new trade and investment deal between the two continents, experts suggested that the two sides may struggle on an agreement, particularly in the area of prohibited cosmetic ingredients.
The European Commission will host a sixth round of EU-US trade talks next month on a new trade and investment deal, known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP; and the outlook is positive as Europe is in a strong position.