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  • China's beauty market is embracing technology
  • China's beauty market is embracing technology
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China's beauty market is embracing technology

China is renowned for its early adoption of technology - from phablets to digital wallets, China is at the forefront. Now, China's beauty market is embracing technological advances and gadgets hoping that China's love of innovation will translate to this sector.

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