Tampon use in Japan
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Asked by: sturge-ga
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13 Nov 2006 07:22 PST
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Question ID: 782354
Was the Rely tampon even ever marketed in Japan? If yes, when.
Re: Tampon use in Japan
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 14 Nov 2006 18:55 PST
sturge-ga, Thanks for the note. FYI, one of the main articles I came across was this one: Changing Diapers for Japan's Moms Pamapers is one US product that dominates in the Far East market The Washington Post Aug 21, 1990 pg D1 The article is copyright, so I can't reproduce it here. But it gives a nice overview of P&G's attempts to market soaps and detergents in Japan, with mixed success, and finally -- after a rocky start -- hitting paydirt with Pampers. As I said, there's no mention in this or the many other articles I consulted of their ever haing marketed tampons in Japan. Thanks again, paf
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