• ParkLu

    The Truth About KOLs’ Impact on China E-commerce Sales

      28 Jan 2019  Market  171

    If a brand can understand the unique value of a KOL impression, they can refine predictive metrics that will lead to KOL initiatives which guarantee ROI...
  • Vicky Sun

    Specifications on Imported Non-Special Use Cosmetics Filing Documents Review in Shanghai

      7 Jan 2019  Regulation  294

    On Nov. 9, 2018, China National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) officially announced that registration of first imported non-special use cosmetics will be entirely replaced by filing management nationwide from Nov. 10. Due to the novelty of the new system,...
  • Paul O'Brien

    Death to Daigou: Analyzing China's E-Commerce Law

      10 Dec 2018  Regulation  345

    Importantly the E-commerce Law specifies the legal liabilities for each stakeholder. However, a significant distinction should be noted in the emphasis placed on the punitive measures for individual operators and the punishments for e-commerce platforms
  • Paul O'Brien

    Demystifying China e-commerce, Crossborder e-commerce and Daigou: Laws, Rules, Regs and Implications for International Stakeholders

      10 Dec 2018  Regulation  347

    At the very beginning, our readers shall distinguish what is Daigou, and what is called CBEC. Daigou has and always will refer to illegal activities, specifically the use of unofficial import channels to illegally sell imported goods (large parcels, suitcases illegal...
  • Nurmia Agustina

    Cosmetics Registration in Vietnam

      16 Nov 2018  Regulation  479

    According to data from the National Trade Center (ITC) and the World Bank (WB), Vietnam’s imports of cosmetic products have risen to US$1.1 billion in 2016, double that of 2011. The value is forecasted to reach US$2.2 billion by 2020. What is more, Vietnam has signed...
  • Nurmia Agustina

    Detailing Standards of Cosmetics Labeling, Claim and Advertisement in Indonesia

      25 Sep 2018  Regulation  557

    With Indonesia's growing middle class and increasingly prosperous consumers, the country’s cosmetic sector has performed well up until 2018. According to Indonesia's BPOM (National Agency of Drug and Food Control) 33,823 registered cosmetic products were...