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PCPC’s Global Priorities: A Q&A With Executive VP Francine Lamoriello

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Regulatory convergence through NAFTA renegotiations is at the top of the Personal Care Products Council’s international agenda, according to Francine Lamoriello, executive VP of global strategies. In an interview with the Rose Sheet, the exec identified regulatory reform in China, emerging microbead legislation and proposed animal-testing bans around the globe as other priorities for the trade group.

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