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Who will be the biggest winner and loser of Russian embargo on western foods? [Copy link] 中文

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☆DHD★ Post time: 2014-8-12 17:22
coralbay  has a point. Simply avoid their baby formula and processed meat products. vegetables and ...

While China's processed foods industry has well-publicized problems, using that argument to imply that China's food exports must be nil is fallacious thinking. China exports LOTS of fruits, vegetables and other food products to foreign countries. Nowhere did I say that China has to export milk products to Russia; only IDIOTS would assume that Russia would want to buy milk products from China. However, China could export fruits, vegetables and other food products to Russia as suggested by your comment. There are too many IDIOTS who post on this website but I am glad you're not one of them.

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☆DHD★ Post time: 2014-8-12 17:22
coralbay  has a point. Simply avoid their baby formula and processed meat products. vegetables and ...

Nowhere did I mention that Russia had to buy milk products from China; only IDIOTS would think that way. But China could export fruits, vegetables and other food products to Russia as suggested by your last comment. While China's processed foods industry related to milk products has well-publicized problems, using that argument to imply that China has problems exporting food is a good case of the fallacious thinking called the "strawman's argument" in Logic 101.

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