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Herbalife’s China Growth Plan Includes Expediting Business Licensing, Tighter Hiring Standards

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Four-point China initiative also includes implementing sales strategy already a fixture in other regions, nutrition clubs with daily meetings. China's April-June results compelled firm to lower earnings forecast.

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