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Got Milk? If You're In China, Better Hope Not
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That's the thing about government regulation, it's not a one-off deal but a constant struggle against assholes in the private sector taking liberties with their customers to make a buck.

It's Revenge of the Milk:

China has launched a 10-day emergency crackdown on tainted milk products after several were found creeping back onto the market despite a massive scandal that sickened hundreds of thousands of children in 2008. (AP)

"Creeping back"??? WTF? That almost sounds cute. What are we really talking about here?

The sweep that started Monday comes after milk products tainted with the industrial chemical melamine were pulled from shelves in Shanghai and the provinces of Shaanxi, Shandong, Liaoning and Hebei, the state-run Xinhua News Agency said. Some had been recalled in the previous scandal and repackaged.

I see. The guilty parties waited until they thought the government wasn't paying attention any more, brought back the tainted products from the warehouses where they stashed it, and started selling it again.
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