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The Chinese began using scented soap in the early 20 century and fragrances from the West came to China in 1980s. Unlike westerners, who view fragrance as a daily necessity, most Chinese consumers are not in the habit of using perfume every day, according to a consumer research by P&G Prestige Greater China. Foreign perfume makers, who control 60 percent of the Chinese market, see the slow pace of consumption as their biggest problem. They try to address the lack of related knowledge via in-store brand ambassadors, online activities and workshops about the history of perfume and usage tips. Chinese consumers prefer light, flowery fragrances. And for many people fragrances are a kind of gift rather than daily necessity.
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  • By Associated Press(China Daily)2016-12-23 07:31

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