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Chinese Ministries Issue Three-Year Plan To Raise Milk Regulatory Standards In Aftermath Of Melamine Scandal

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - To revive public confidence in China's dairy supplies following a nationwide scandal involving the adulteration of milk with the toxic chemical melamine, the central government has unveiled a three-year plan to raise production, inspection and regulatory standards

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