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Four Possible Pathways to Steer China CBEC Regulatory Reform

  •   29 Mar 2017
  •    Paul O'Brien
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    One of the hotly debated issues in this China’s 2017 national consumer rights day was the revelation that banned food products allegedly produced in irradiated areas of Japan were being sold in China. While the products in question have had sales suspended, this incident has underscored concerns related to the safety of goods traded through crossborder ecommerce, a trade mode that have seen staggering growth in recent years.

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