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CFI Announces Gov-Supported Program To Streamline China Entry Without Animal Testing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

NGO has partnered with Shanghai-based consultancy Knudsen&Co, with the support of Chinese authorities, for a pilot program to shepherd foreign cruelty-free companies through the country’s registration process for non-special-use cosmetics without animal testing.

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