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NAFTA’s Been Good To Cosmetics And Could Get Better, But Stars Are Not Aligning In 2018

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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It appears that hopes may be dashed for a fast-tracked NAFTA update, putting the trade agreement’s future in question. The cosmetics industry has much to gain from the reboot, which stands to include an annex promoting regulatory best practices and other principles for "cost savings and greater competitiveness for our industry," according to PCPC leadership.

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