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PostSubject: Life in jail over substandard food   Sun Apr 20, 2008 2:32 pm

From correspondents in Beijing
Mon April 21, 2008 06:02am

I thought this would be of interest as past problems in China have
included 'exported' goods.


CHINA today unveiled a new draft food safety law that provides for penalties of up to life imprisonment for people responsible for the production of substandard food.

The National People's Congress, or parliament, is seeking public comments on the draft until May 20, the official Xinhua news agency said. It did not give a timeframe for the law's approval, but most drafts that reach the stage of seeking public comments generally pass with few changes to them.
Lesser violations of the law could incur fines, confiscation of
income from sales of substandard products, or revocation of licences,
Xinhua said.

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