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L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean Paul AGON starts China visit

2010-07-06 02:29:09 GMT2010-07-06 10:29:09 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean-Paul Agon and China president Mr. Paolo Gasparrini visited the relics uncovered lacquer wares representing the highest level of workmanship in Han Dynasty. (Han Dynasty 206 BCE to 220 CE)

L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean-Paul Agon took photos in front of ancient Chinese women’s Jewelry box

L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean-Paul Agon looked at the tombs of the Western Han dynasty at Mawangdui

L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean-Paul Agon visited counters with Ms. Jiangqiaoling , General Manager of Yuesai in the PinHeTang Dept. store.

L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean-Paul Agon listened to Belinda Bao, General Manager of Maybelline China

On July 4th, 2010, L'Oreal Group CEO Mr. Jean-Paul Agon arrived in China for one week business visit. The first stop was the city Changsha in Hunan Province. Group CEO’s annual visit is a special moment for L’Oreal China team, who looks forward to Mr. Agon’s suggestion, expectation and valuable views for China market.

In the afternoon of July 4th, Mr. Agon who has deep interests in Chinese traditional culture, together with Asia Zone Director Mr. Jochen ZAUMSEIL, L'Oreal China president Mr. Paolo Gasparrini and managers of other global business units came to Hunan Provincial museum to visit the exhibition of Mawangdui Han Tombs. After that, they left for market visit accompanied by brand directors of L’Oreal China. They visited the counters and shelves of L'Oreal brands in Changsha. Mr. Agon spoke very highly of the rapid development of Chinese market, and expected a further development of L'Oreal in China market.

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