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SOME hypermarkets in Shanghai have stopped selling two snacks made by famous Chinese candy and snack maker Hsu Fu Chi, following a Shenzhen court ruling that the company should compensate consumers as the products contained banned substances.

Carrefour and Lotus said they have ordered their outlets in Shanghai to suspend selling Hsu Fu Chi's mango shortcake (pastry) and sesame sachima (also ca
SHELVES stacked to the ceiling with low-price hot sauce, Barbie dolls, and noodles stand near tanks where shoppers can fish out live sea bass for dinner. Welcome to RT-Mart, China's version of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

From Shanghai to Chengdu, the outlets run by China's largest big-box retailer, Sun Art Retail Group Ltd, are recreating American-style Wal-Marts, with one big difference: They're giv
SOME of the world's leading fashion retailers have come under fire after toxins were detected on their clothing in tests organized by environmental campaigner Greenpeace.

The group said yesterday it had investigated 20 fashion brands, including industry leaders Armani, Esprit and Gap and Chinese brands such as Metersbonwe and Vancl and found all were selling clothing contaminated with hazardou
A lawyer for Zhejiang Aokang Shoes Co, the largest privately owned footwear manufacturer in China, said Monday the firm's victory in a law suit against EU anti-dumping measures offered encouragement for other domestic firms.

"It sets a positive example for domestic firms in their global trade and expansion," Pu Lingchen, who worked on Aokang's case against the EU, told the Global Times Monday.
Police from China and the United States arrested 73 suspects after a joint operation targeting an international gang making and selling fake brand-name bags, China's Ministry of Public Security said on Sunday.

According to the statement, the police seized more than 20,000 counterfeit bags bearing fake Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Coach tags, and destroyed 37 production and sales sites during a ra
Premier Wen Jiabao said on Monday China supports pushing forward an Asian free-trade area, which will cover 28 percent of world's total export volume.

Previous reports said China is expected to make announcements on Tuesday in Phnom Penh that it will join the talks for the Asian free-trade area, namely the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, and join hands with Japan and South Korea t
A LIQUOR company is disputing the findings of a testing company in Shanghai that its products contain excessive and toxic plasticizers which could impair male sexual function and even cause liver cancer.

According to a report on news website 21cbn.com, Jiugui, a type of Chinese liquor selling for 438 yuan (US$70) a bottle, was found to contain three plasticizers with one being 260 percent abov
Foreign certification firms are finding myriad opportunities to help Chinese exporters sell abroad

With less than two months to go, Sun Jianbo, general manager of Zhejiang Jinshan Textiles Co, is on a hectic mission to turn the company around before the New Year's Day. On a recent workday, Sun has his ear glued to the phone trying to call a host of foreign agencies to certify his fabric produc

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