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In Brief: Beauty showroom opens

In Brief: Beauty showroom opens

US-based health and beauty multinational Forever Living Products launched its first Cambodia showroom on Tuesday. The company, which already operates in about 140 countries across the globe, opened its new branch on Phnom Penh’s Mao Tse-tung Boulevard. Local Director General Kain Hy Ea said that Forever Living Products would open a second showroom in Battambang next month. The company made US$2.5 billion in revenues last year, he added, specialising in aloe vera and bee-derived beauty products.


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