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Quote from Xinhua |
"Despite Chinese support for domestic brands, society cannot help getting angry at Sanlu and the quality watchdog. When problems arise it's always easy to blame someone else the way Sanlu has done to dairy farmers and milk dealers. But isn't the company itself to blame for the tragedy? Those children could be healthy had the company conducted its own quality control.
Yet, until Friday afternoon, not a word was said of the incident on the company's website, let alone an apology.
The quality inspection administration, too, has a larger role to play in facing the country's abundance of product safety problems, ranging from milk powder, seafood, pork and duck eggs to toothpaste and children's wear, among others, in recent years."
Xinhua is right
people in China should boycott Sanlu, don't use their products, they don't face up responsibility, only blame others.