‘This Is The Time’ For Industry To Advocate TPP Approval – PCPC
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Trans-Pacific Partnership was high among the Personal Care Products Council’s priorities during its recent Lobby Day on Capitol Hill. The trade group’s Executive VP, Global Affairs Francine Lamoriello discussed the trade deal’s promise with the Rose Sheet while acknowledging the challenges it faces in the current political climate.
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