Such heavy handed actions cause concern to many foreign executives in China But what exactly is Xi Jinping , the head of the Chinese Communist Party aiming at ? This blog tries to provide answers in three installments, on the milk, and on the pharmaceutical fronts. During the years after this implosion, Beijing took contingency measures to try and prevent the return of such a catastrophy, and to concentrate production, then performed by hundreds of thousands of often poor and untrained farms. It also understood the need to reduce the number of industrial actors. There were well over a hundred legal brands: a figure fare to large to ensure returns and investments in hygiene and good practises. In fall 2013, the newly merged Food and Drugs Administration published a multi-year plan to bring down the number of local milk powder producers from 128 to 30.
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GSK-linked investigator does not dispute China charges: court - Yahoo News
I don't dispute (the prosecutor's indictment)," Peter Humphrey told the Number One People's Intermediate Court in Shanghai, the court said on a verified microblog account. It posted a picture of Humphrey facing a judge wearing a dark suit while Yu wore a smart red jacket, each of them with an arm gripped by a uniformed official. At least one translator and three defence lawyers were present, the court added. View gallery A police car exits the front courtyard of the Shanghai Intermediate Court on August 8, 2014, where t The case has raised concerns amongst foreign investors in China, who often hire independent investigators to conduct due-diligence investigations into Chinese companies.
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