SINGAPORE (Feb 28): Analysts are divided over Best World International, as the group announced a 29% increase in earnings to $28.1 million in the 4Q18 ended December amid news that it plans to conduct an independent review on its business and accounting practices.

The stronger bottomline comes as the direct-selling company and seller of premium skincare products to franchisees in China transitions from an export model to a franchise model in the China market.

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