Slow progress for Eastern Europe


While beauty trends are mirroring those of western markets, cosmetics sales in Eastern Europe are still sluggish, as Mark Rowe, Jonathan Dyson and Andrew Kureth report

The countries of Eastern and central Europe that came in from the cold in 1989 with the fall of the Berlin Wall have felt the economic chill in recent years. The recession has had significant impact on the fortunes of the cosmetics industry.


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