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New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully has apologized for a series of tainted milk products recently shipped to China...Fonterra, the producer of the powder, has been repeatedly embarrassed in recent months by shipments of its products
A food safety scare resulting in the recalling of tainted milk in China has been traced to Shanghai company Bright Dairy & Food Co which owns 51 per cent of Canterbury milk processor Synlait. Bright Dairy had to recall milk cartons this week after
As of the end of 2011, more than 12 million yuan ($1.9 million) in compensation has been paid to children poisoned by milk contaminated with melamine, insurance company China Life announced on its website on Monday. Six infants were killed and about
Criticism of lax food safety standards at Chinese companies abounded on microblogging sites in China on Tuesday following the latest scare involving dairy products in the country. Tests found that cartons of milk made by Mengniu Dairy Co., the
Tainted milk product scare causes outrage in China From Haolan Hong , CNN updated 1:51 AM EST, Tue December 27, 2011 Beijing (CNN) -- Criticism of lax food safety standards at Chinese companies abounded on microblogging sites in China on Tuesday
Follow us on Opinion It's probably irrelevant today to speak of the role of the intellectual. In a time when everybody with a Twitter account thinks he is intelligent and clever, the word intellectual evokes neither awe nor respect, but derision.
Local courts in Shanxi and Hebei provinces in northern China convicted and sentenced 14 people on Friday for producing or selling tainted milk powder. Among the 14 involved in four tainted milk cases, two received life imprisonment, four received
Authorities in southern China have seized 26 tons of melamine-tainted milk powder from the warehouse of an ice cream maker. The seizure comes three years after widespread use of the chemical in infant formula killed six babies.
Introduction Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images Ai Weiwei with his installation, "Sunflower Seeds," at the Tate Modern in London on Oct. 11. Ai Weiwei , China's best-known contemporary artist and a co-designer of Beijing's Olympic stadium, the "Bird's
Investigators have found that a tainted milk incident in northwest China that killed three children and sickened 36 others appears to be a case of intentional poisoning and have detained a suspect. The state-run China Daily