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Telephone interview: Infant milk powder shortage in HK, Macao

02-16-2011 20:17 BJT

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For more on the infant milk powder shortage in Hong Kong and Macao, we're joined on the phone by Shi Kewei, who is in Hong Kong. Hello Ke Wei.

Q1. How are milk powder supplies in Hong Kong and Macao? And how are local residents reacting to it?

Q2. Some people in Hong Kong and Macao are calling for taxes on baby milk powder to discourage mainland people from purchasing products in the SARs. Are the governments considering this suggestion? What measures could the governments take?

 

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Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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