By  on December 27, 2018

BEIJING — China is the second-largest market for beauty and personal-care products globally, trailing only the U.S., and yet for many beauty companies, it might as well not exist.

Government rules implemented in 2012 that require animal testing on imported beauty products have forced brands to make a judgment call on whether to enter the market, which is set to top $39 billion this year, according to figures from the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.

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