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AFRICAN SWINE FEVER CASES ARE STILL COMMON IN RUSSIA AND THE REGION, AT-RISK EU COUNTRIES ARE TAKING MEASURES

Cases of African Swine Fever (ASF) are still very common in Russia, despite its continued ban on European Union (EU) pigmeat exports, imposed since January 2014 following a handful of cases in Poland and Lithuania. While outbreaks have continued in the EU, Russia – whose ban was imposed on live pigs, pork and pig products over fears importing ASF-infected meat and livestock, has from last July (2017) to today (January 30) notified to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) around 2,800 ASF cases of domestic pigs, and 90 cases in wild boars.…

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EASTERN EUROPE’S INCREASINGLY MATURE MARKET POSTS MODEST GROWTH

AFTER years of slow growth since 2008, eastern Europe’s now mature cosmetics and personal care market has continued to show marginal gains in products sales in the past year, according to experts.

The region’s cosmetics and personal care products sales edged to USD23.67…

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CHINA MOVES TO WORLD’S NUMBER POSITION IN PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT SALES

China will boast the world’s number one cosmetics market in 2018 according to global financial services firm Morgan Stanley: it will account for 20% of total sales, compared to 17% for the second-placed USA and 10% for third placed Japan – overtaking America for the first time, it said.…

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PARADISE PAPERS WILL DECREASE ATTRACTIVENESS OF OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS, CLAIM EXPERTS

THE RECENT Paradise Papers scandal should lead to more regulation of the offshore sector and corporate secrecy, experts have told Commercial Crime International. This should make tax evasion harder, even if many of the embarrassing revelations in the leak were technically legal.…

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WARNING CORRUPT COULD USE LOOPHOLES REVEALED IN PARADISE PAPERS

Transparency International and European Parliament members are warning that the latest tax dodge revelations unveiled by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists show where criminals could exploit loopholes for corruption and money laundering. Published November 5, the so-called ‘Paradise Papers’ stem from 13.4…

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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PANAMA PAPERS REPORT CRITICISES EU MEMBER STATES FOR FAILING TO TIGHTEN ML RULES

EUROPEAN Union (EU) member states are hindering the fight against money laundering and tax evasion, the European Parliament’s committee of inquiry into money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion (PANA) concluded yesterday (October 18). These comments came as the committee adopted its report and recommendations after more than a year’s work following the Panama Papers leak of personal financial information revealing offshore business entities had been used for illegal purposes.…

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GERMAN APPETITE GROWS FOR BEAUTY INDIVIDUALISATION AND NATURAL INGREDIENTS

Millennial consumers – the key driver of demand in today’s personal care product market – love personalisation, customisation and ‘do it yourself’ lines, and maybe nowhere more than in Germany. This ‘maker movement’ trend has inspired Cosnova, the Sulzbach, Hesse-based producer of cosmetic brands such as essence, Catrice and L.O.V.,…

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EGYPT – YOUNG CONSUMER BASE KEEPS COSMETICS SAKES VIBRANT AMIDST WEAK ECONOMY AND STIFLING RED TAPE

The Egyptian Pounds EGP1.6 billion (USD90.5 million) Egyptian colour cosmetics market has had steady growth over the past year despite the downturn in the economy, the depreciation of the Egyptian pound and some serious regulatory challenges.

According to market researcher Euromonitor International, in 2016, this market grew by 18% in value terms, year-on-year, mainly influenced by the positive performance of lip care products, primarily lipsticks.…

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CARIBBEAN CALL FOR LOCALLY SOURCED ORGANIC PRODUCTS TO CHALLENGE IMPORTS OF BIG NAME BRANDS

THE CARIBBEAN may be a small and fragmented regional market but it is a hotbed of innovation in the personal care product industry, and a potential source of inspiration in formulation and ingredients for major brands.

Its island nations, politically independent and dependent territories, have long relied especially on the nearby USA for imports.…

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POLISH SALMONELLA CRISIS MIGHT UNDERCUT PLANNED EU BAN ON FORMALDEHYDE USAGE

Poland is facing a Salmonella crisis this summer but its poultry sector is unhappy that the European Commission is opposing the use of formaldehyde – an efficient tool to fight against the bacteria in animal feed. The European Union (EU) executive has drafted a regulation preventing its use because the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) fears its possible inhalation might cause cancer in farm workers.…

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