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Direct Sellers Agree Self Regulation In China

All 15 companies that are approved to run direct-selling businesses in China, have signed a self-discipline pact.

The 15 direct-selling companies are reported to be: Amway (China); Mary Kay (China) Cosmetics Company; Perfect China Company; Avon China; Pro-Health China; Infinitus China; New Era China; the Direct-selling Management Center of Harbin Pharmaceutical Group; Jiangsu Anhui Biotech Company; Tianjin KaslyJu Cosmetic Company; Oriflame Cosmetics (China) Company; Ningbo Sansheng Commodity Company; Nanjing Joymain Science and Technical Development Company; Herbalife (China) Health Product Company; and Melaleuca Shanghai Wellness Products Company.

The parties promise to improve their self-discipline, promote the healthy development of direct-selling enterprises; and provide high quality direct selling services for consumers according to the relevant rules in China.

This is said to be the first time that direct-selling companies have signed a self-discipline compact since China's Direct-selling Rule was enacted in 2005.






1 Comment on "Direct Sellers Agree Self Regulation In China"

  1. Great, now Amway needs to shut down the Amway Tool Scam in the U.S., before they get shut down over the negative publicity that will obviously come from this BIG news:

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