PCPC Touts Cosmetic Trade Surplus In US, Which TPP Could Enhance
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The US cosmetics industry enjoys a strong and growing trade surplus, third largest overall in the US manufacturing sector, according to research commissioned by the Personal Care Products Council. Exports should increase further if the Trans-Pacific Partnership advances.
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