Law Enforcement Officials in Xinjiang and Sichuan Seize Counterfeit Liquor Ahead of Chinese New Year

Police in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Sichuan Province have seized 2,000 bottles of fake liquor in a joint raid, according to local authorities on Monday [5 February 2018]. Urumqi police were informed last month by police in Luzhou City, Sichuan, that a person in Urumqi had been buying packaging of brand liquor from a

Dalian Seafood Company Under Scrutiny after Suffering Surprise Financial Losses

A Chinese seafood company has found itself in deep waters after blaming ‘missing’ scallops for a looming loss of up to 720 million yuan (US$114 million), drawing a sharp rap on the knuckles from state media and raising suspicions on social media…Full Article: South China Morning Post Feb 2018 Shenzhen-listed Zhangzidao Group Co, an aquatic

Shenzhen is Largest Fresh Fruit Importer in Mainland China

Shenzhen, a southeast China metropolis that borders Hong Kong, imported the largest amount of fruit nationwide in 2017 with a share of over 40 percent. The Shenzhen port imported 1.08 million tonnes of fruit last year, an annual increase of 5.68 percent, Shenzhen Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau said Thursday…Full Article: Xinhua Feb 2018 Key

Shandong’s Yantai Changyu Wine Snaps Up 5th Overseas Acquisition

Chinese winery Yantai Changyu Wine Co bought an 80 percent stake in the Clare Valley’s award-winning Kilikanoon Estate in Australia for AUD $20.6 million ($16.4 million). The deal was signed at a ceremony held in Adelaide, Australia, Jan 18…Full Article: China Daily Jan 2018 Key Point To date, this is Changyu Pioneer Wine’s (SHE:000869) fifth

Hebei Province Criticized for Failing to Meet Land Reclamation Requirements

The State Oceanic Administration (SOA) on Tuesday [16 January 2018] criticized north China’s Hebei Province for failing to properly approve and supervise land reclamation and implement national policy. An SOA inspection team found a number of issues concerning land reclamation in Hebei during an inspection in August and September, said an SOA press release…Full Article:

Donkey Meat Burgers in Hebei Province Reportedly Contain Mule, Horse, and Pig

Hejian, a city in northern China famed for its donkey burgers, has vowed to punish fake meat producers following media reports. Chinese media reported that some butchers in Hejian, in northern China’s Hebei province, used mule, horse and pig meat and sold them as donkey meat, mostly to restaurants in Beijing, reports said…Full Article: Xinhua