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Why the Chinese prefer American milk?

During the last few years, the Chinese dairy industry has suffered a lot due to a few food poisoning incidents. Foreign milk, especial American brands have been increasingly popular there. This business is also felicitated by the highly efficient overnight delivery services created for the business.

Posted by Peter Zou
04 December 2012 | 20h12

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