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Comment on tainted milk: Who is to blame?

08-11-2010 11:01 BJT

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Background: Health Ministry: Milk powder investigation underway

The Health Ministry has instructed food safety authorities in Hubei Province to investigate claims that milk powder caused three baby girls to grow breasts. Their parents blame the manufacturer and say it affected their daughters' development. Full Story>>

To further discuss this story, let's got back to our current affairs commentator, Mr. Fu Jun.

Mr. Fu, China's dairy industry has been hit by one scandal after another. In your opinion, who is to blame for the long list of problems?

Food safety authorities have launched a series of measures to ensure that what we eat and drink are safe. But they've failed to mend all the loopholes. Do you think the government should impose more powerful regulations?

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