Illegal food stalls, or barbeques, in two districts of the capital have been put on warning by law enforcement officials, Beijing Times reported on Tuesday. Dongcheng [eastern] and Fengtai [southwestern] districts in Beijing will clamp down on unlicensed food hawkers using chengguan, or urban management officers, in a less confrontational manner…Full-text article: China Daily Aug 2013

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  • According to the article, in July 2013, outdoor barbeque stalls dropped 11.8%, while illegal food stalls dropped 11.6%

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