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A New Dawn in Cosmetics Coverage: Cosmetics Design Launches Asia-Pacific News Website
Date:9/6/2012

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As part of a long-standing commitment to reporting the news others miss, CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com brings content of unique value to decision-makers in the sector, wherever it takes place. Reporting from the regions of China, India or Japan to the local markets of South East Asia and Oceania, a new dawn in cosmetics coverage is breaking on the Asia-Pacific region!

Experience it now on http://www.CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com!

About CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com:

CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com is an online news service available as a free-access website that provides daily and weekly newsletters to subscribers. The service seeks out news stories and data of value to decision-makers in the cosmetics development sector in Asia-Pacific.

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Editorial: Simon PITMAN - Senior Editor: simon.pitman@wrbm.com - +1-347-714-0486
Advertising: Graham TWYFORD  - Global Sales Manager: graham.twyford@wrbm.com - +4975338030609
Management: Jean-Marc COCOGNE - Executive Director: jm.cocogne@wrbm.com - +33-4-99-52-28-78



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