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US lawsuit hits skin-care firm BWX amid buyout deal

The Age Monday, 9 July 2018
US lawsuit hits skin-care firm BWX amid buyout dealA Melbourne skincare company has had a lawsuit issued against it in the New York Supreme Court amid a management buy-out process.
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