By  on November 14, 2008

The affable Christian Courtin-Clarins, who helped take his family-founded Groupe Clarins private in July, is steering the company onto a more focused course, aimed at building core brands and gaining market share in the U.S. and Japan.


In addition, the company, which acquired 800 million euros, or $998.5 million at current exchange, in financing to delist the company from the Paris Bourse, has begun belt-tightening by reducing executive travel and paring promotions.

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