L'Oreal's makeup brand Urban Decay announced to formally enter the Chinese market.
Global leading cosmetics group L'Oreal announced that Fabrice Megarbane will become new CEO of L'Oreal China; meanwhile, current CEO Stephane Rinderknech will be promoted to other important role in the group.
The world's leading cosmetics group L'Oreal launched a new shampoo brand in the Chinese market called Ultra Doux, which is now available in Wal-Mart stores across the country.
The world's leading cosmetics group L'Oreal officially announced plans to appoint Stephane Rinderknech as its new China chief executive officer.
Following China's import tariff rate reduction, two international cosmetics brands L'Oreal and Estee Lauder announced that they will lower their product prices in the Chinese market.
The world's leading cosmetics group L'Oreal announced that its mass cosmetics brand Garnier will withdraw from the Chinese market.
L'Oreal announced that its plant expansion project in Yichang, Hubei, has been completed.
L'Oreal published its financial report for 2012 in Shanghai, stating that its sales in China reached CNY12.05 billion in 2012, a year-on-year increase of 12.4%.
L'Oreal China has published its annual financial report for 2011 in Shanghai, stating that its sales in China were over CNY10 billion for the first time, reaching CNY10.7 billion and a year-on-year increase of 18%.
L'Oreal China will reportedly accelerate its deployment in 600 second-tier cities in China, of which half of these cities are with a population of over one million.