MILAN — After three years of relatively stagnant sales, the Italian beauty market is picking up the pace.
Beauty sales in the domestic Italian market increased 2.9 percent to hit 9 billion euros, or $12.31 billion at average exchange, this year, according to final figures released at a press conference last week by Unipro, the Italian association for cosmetics firms.
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