"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.
As California "Right to Know" Bill Stalls, Industry Looks Toward 2011
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