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China Vaccine Scandal: Hundreds Demoted But Root Causes Remain

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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In a high-profile gesture of showing no tolerance towards poor product quality and management, China has arrested over 200 and punished 357 officials, but root cause of the scandal is much harder to root out in a short term, observers say.

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