China Begins to Clean Up Its Act – Washington Post

From the Washington Post:

Amid a growing furor over toxic food and drug exports from China came signs last week that the Chinese government is cracking down.

On Tuesday, China released a study showing that nearly one-fifth of food and consumer products sold to its own people are tainted or substandard, suggesting that items sold domestically are even more hazardous than those that have touched off scandals abroad.

And on Friday, a former bureaucrat in China’s drug regulation agency, Cao Wenzhuang, was sentenced to death for taking bribes. [Full Text]

Read also: China ships worry along with exports on Chicago Sun-Times.

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