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Shiseido suspends exports to Russia, Chinese internet people oppose “Then I will not buy”, “Is this sanctions?”


Chinese internet users have responded to the suspension of exports to Russia by Japanese cosmetics giant Shiseido.

Chinese internet users have responded to the suspension of exports to Russia by Japanese cosmetics giant Shiseido.

Shiseido announced on the 10th that it will immediately stop exporting cosmetics to Russia. Advertising in the same country will also be stopped. The company does not have a directly managed store in Russia, and sells cosmetics manufactured at European factories at stores operated by distributors, but the distributors will continue to sell them.

The Chinese media’s Global Times reported that the company’s official said it had taken the above steps because of “Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.”

Shiseido is popular and well-known in China, but Internet users say, “Then I won’t buy Shiseido either. It’s a sanction.” “Please stop exporting to China.” “Russians don’t have to wear makeup in Japan. It’s 10,000 times more beautiful than people. “

Also, “If there is no directly managed store, stopping it would not have a big impact.” “Which sanctions is this? Is Shiseido just losing one market?” “It feels like you are sanctioning yourself. Some people are confused about Shiseido’s measures as “sanctions,” and some are expecting to expand the sales channels of their own products, saying, “This is an opportunity for cosmetics made in China.”

In addition, “Recently, I’ve always searched (to check the attitude of the company) before buying a product.” “I also search. First, a domestic brand. Then, I bought a product from an unfriendly country mentioned by President Putin. There are also some voices saying “No.”

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Prior to this, when H & M, a major apparel company, and IKEA, a major furniture company, announced that they would stop selling in Russia, there were voices on the Chinese internet that rebelled and appealed to stop selling in China. rice field. (Translation / Editing / Kitada)

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