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CONVENIENCE stores including FamilyMart, Lawson and Kedi have come under fire after some of their outlets were found selling expired food.

Four downtown outlets of FamilyMart were selling expired puffs, custard pudding, bean curd, potato salad and cherry tomatoes, the Shanghai Morning Post reported yesterday.

A Kedi store on Fuxing Road E. was selling a Kung-Pao-chicken packaged meal expire
The recent launch of a project to export Italian agri-food products to China has developed a model of "integrated logistics" between the two countries that creators said can ease and optimize bilateral exchange.

Chinese logistics company Shanghai Haibo, which is a subsidiary of China's second-largest food group Bright Food, and Shanghai-based incubator and consulting firm Qiaolab signed an agr
Call for chinese govt to help firms expand business, investment and reputation overseas

China should introduce legislation to help overseas investment by Chinese companies, as an increasing number extend their global footprint, a national legislator has said.

Nurturing domestic multinational corporations should be a "national strategy", and the government should provide a one-stop service t
People consider some of the exhibits at Design Shanghai 2015, a four-day event
that opened yesterday at the Shanghai Exhibition Center. About 300 galleries
and designers from home and abroad are represented at the show, with marble
tables by British architect Zaha Hadid and ceramics installations by Dutch
designer Marcel Wanders among the key exhibits. — Zhang Suoqing
Yiduqiao extends its distribution channel and sales opening its iStore in Yiducity activating own BE-Locations (Business Places) in 166 major Chinese cities.
"Now with 1-Click our iStore can be reached directly from Yiducity Mobile APP by any Chinese user", declares Yuan Wei Hong, Yiduqiao Managing Partner , " and put in direct connection with our Brands, events, promotions, offers and products
Models pose with computer products during the four-day Computex trade show, which opened in Taipei yesterday. Asia’s biggest tech trade fair is in its 35th year with 1,700 exhibitors spread across three venues, many of whom are tapping into the nascent but burgeoning Internet of Things. Already a major force, IOT — in which connected devices monitor, communicate with and control each other — is d
Porcine circovirus is one of the diseases that killed many pigs now floating down a river in Songjiang District, the Shanghai Agricultural Commission said this morning.

By yesterday, more than 1,200 dead pigs had been removed from the river.

Experts from the Shanghai Animal Diseases Control and Prevention Centre collected hearts, livers, spleens, lungs, lymph nodes and tonsils from five car
APPLICATIONS developed by Baidu.com reappeared on Apple Inc's App Store yesterday after they were removed, without any reasons given by Apple, from the store for iPhone and iPad users on Saturday. By yesterday afternoon,...

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