Mary Kay China
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Resuming operations via seven Mary Kay retail beauty centers in locations including Shanghai and Beijing, as well as through Mary Kay beauty consultants, the company announced Sept. 4. Mary Kay, along with other direct retailers doing business in China, including Avon and Amway, was forced to suspend operations in the country after the Chinese government placed a ban on direct selling April 21. Avon and Amway resumed marketing their products in new retail- oriented formats in June and July, respectively...
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