"It's been a brutal year so far and we're expecting a repeat next year," says Jennifer Abril, executive director for the Fragrance Materials Association of the United States/IFRA North America. In a recent conversation, Abril discussed recent challenges to intellectural property and safety programs by non-governmental organizations (NGOs), legislation and the media, and outlined both the difficulties ahead and key strategies for defending the fundamentals of the industry's business model.
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