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Animal Welfare Group Making “Headway” With Regulators Across Globe

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

A ban on cosmetic animal testing in Korea “is looking ever more likely,” and Cruelty Free International is making progress in other markets around the world, according to the organization’s Chief Executive Michelle Thew.

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