Skip to comments.Japan: China traces dumpling poisoning to factory (deliberate poisoning by some worker)
Posted on 09/02/2008 5:33:36 PM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
China traces dumpling poisoning to factory
Sat Aug 30, 2:22 AM ET
A row over pesticide-laced Chinese dumplings has moved a step closer to a settlement after China told Japan that a factory worker was probably to blame, NHK public television said on Saturday.
Ten Japanese became sick after eating pesticide-contaminated dumplings which had been imported from China, stirring intense media coverage earlier this year.
Japan and China have long been at odds over where the dumplings were contaminated, with both denying sabotage in their home countries.
Earlier this month, the Japanese government said China had told Japan in July that the Chinese-made dumplings had also caused food poisoning in China.
At the time China had asked Japanese officials to refrain from disclosing the incident as it was still under investigation.
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After months of stalling and denial, China appears to finally fess up.
No maw wonton soup faw you!
This was big news half a year ago, then the story disappeared. Seems they are trying to solve in a “face saving” way....
Right. I wonder if after contract negotiations broke down w/Japan, the Dumpling Plant #32 General Manager received a directive to locate a “suitable” worker for reeducation and potential organ donation?
If done the right way, I'd imagine you needn't say a single word, yep!
“After months of stalling and denial”
Standard protocol for public officials.
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