Nu Skin wins key concession in China

by louabbott on August 7, 2006

August 07, 2006

Utah’s Nu Skin Enterprises plans to begin selling its line of personal-care and nutritional products door-to-door in China by November after becoming one of only two U.S. companies allowed to engage in direct selling in that country.

For years, China has prohibited companies from selling products through direct-sales programs. To tap the vast Chinese market, direct-selling companies have had to open stores in the country instead of relying on a network of independent sales representatives. Provo-based Nu Skin, which entered the Chinese market in 2003, has 160 stores in mainland China.

Read the entire article at TCM News

Also, read our company overview:  Nu Skin Facts, News and Review

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