Amway has been ordered to suspend recruitment of new members in Japan for six months for violating the country’s commercial transaction law which prohibits direct sales firms from soliciting shoppers to buy products or join without telling them about the nature of the business, according to a report published by the Japan Times.
Japan has combined its Intellectual Property High Court and three bankruptcy divisions into one specialist entity to deal with business activities, according to a report published by Nikkei Asia.
LG H&H has announced that it is pulling its wet wipes offer from shelves after it was ordered to suspend sales and recall a batch of its Babience brand’s wipes by South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, according to a report published by Pulse News.
South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has lifted its requirement for mandatory animal testing on certain chemicals and medicines, according to a report published by Plant-based News.
The International Fragrance Association’s (IFRA) has opened a new India liaison office, which is said to herald a ‘significant era of development for the important Indian fragrance sector.’
The FDA for Maharashtra state has barred Johnson & Johnson from selling its branded talcum powder in the region, ordering it to recall its stock with immediate effect due to safety concerns, according to a report published by the Times of India.
Thailand’s Food and Drugs Authority has revealed that it has restricted the use of kratom in food and cosmetics pending further tests in the interests of public safety, according to a report published by Thai PBS World.
Hong Kong has announced a proposed ban on products containing CBD, putting several brands and businesses at risk, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
LG Household and Healthcare recalls Babience Only 7 Essential 55 wet tissues over prohibited ingredients
LG Household and Healthcare is recalling its Babience Only 7 Essential 55 wet tissues for children due to recent detection of substances of humidifier disinfectants.
L’Oréal India has been found guilty of profiteering by the National Anti-Profiteering Authority (NAA), according to a report by The Economic Times.