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China to Set New National Standard on Allowable Level of Plasticizers after Last Year’s Liquor Scandal

A national standard on plasticizer levels in liquor could be implemented in the next two months, after the industry was hit by several scandals since last year, according to China Central Television news’ account on micro blog site Weibo. Ma Yong, deputy secretary general of the China National Food Industry Association, was quoted as saying

New Zealand’s Fonterra Plans to Move Online-Available Infant Formula to Chinese Store Shelves by mid-2013

Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd, New Zealand’s largest milk processor and dairy exporter, is aiming to launch its branded infant formula [Anmum Infant and Follow-On Formula] in China in the middle of the year and plans to set up a liquid milk manufacturing plant in the country soon. The company’s plan to expand its business from

China Concerned Over Japanese-Taiwanese Fishery Agreement

Japan and Taiwan concluded a long-awaited fisheries agreement Wednesday in Taipei after officials from both sides formally resumed negotiations for the first time in four years. The deal will allow Taiwanese trawlers to operate in part of Japan’s exclusive economic zone near the disputed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, sources close to the

Yunnan Province Forecasted to Receive Rainfall in Mid-April, Relieving a 6-month Long Drought

A drought-hit region in Yunnan province is expected to welcome mild to heavy rainfall before April 16, relieving a six-month-long drought, the China Meteorological Administration forecasted on Wednesday. From Wednesday to Friday, rainfall may hit eastern parts of the province, while next week another round of rain will be seen in the northeastern parts of

The U.S. Expects Chinese 2013-2014 Corn Demand to Slide from 6.8 to 4 million MTs due to Projected Increase in Production

A strong start to 2013-14 for Chinese imports of US corn may fizzle out – provided the domestic harvest lives up to early promise, and the country proves willing to delve into its huge inventories. The US Department of Agriculture’s Beijing bureau quoted trade sources as saying that “China has already contracted approximately 1 million