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Nu Skin Unfazed By Allegations Of China Violations, Projects More Growth

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Executive Summary

Following allegations from short seller Citron Research that it operates a “pyramid compensation scheme” in China, Nu Skin gives investors a peek into its business model. The firm recorded sales growth of 40% in its second quarter, driven by a 152% jump in China, and “the best is yet to come,” Nu Skin says.

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