ABIPHEC president discusses the future of the Brazilian cosmetics industry

By Simon Pitman contact

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Related tags: Personal care industry, Cosmetics

The Brazilian cosmetics and personal care industry has faced enormous challenges over the course of the last year, but, as the president of the country's industry association points out, the worst of the crisis seems to be over and the first signs of recovery are being seen in the recent performance of the sector.

The Brazilian cosmetics and personal care industry has faced enormous challenges over the course of the last year, but, as the president of the country's industry association points out, the worst of the crisis seems to be over and the first signs of recovery are being seen in the recent performance of the sector.

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