The mass-market beauty company had $96.8 million in sales for the first half of 2016.
Rights groups applaud the decision as a victory for individual and religious freedom.
Brands and retailers join a growing list of companies committed to supporting and creating gender equality policies.
The new partnership will allow UNIDO and JETRO to develop joint projects and activities aimed at enhancing sustainable industrialization in developing countries.
Retailers have been advocating for sales tax parity for several years.
Industry groups and apparel and accessories brands pressed the Obama administration to give duty-free benefits to more countries.
Massachusetts shirtmaker accuses Trump of “taking the shirts right off our backs” in new television aid set to air this week.
Clinton’s plan would provide new tax breaks for small businesses and tax incentives for state and local governments, lessening the burdens on small businesses.
The Defense Department’s competition is yet another step the Obama administration is taking to collaborate with the fashion and textile industries.
The personal-care products industry is also pressing for FDA reform of cosmetics oversight.