The World Is Getting a Harsh Taste of China’s Unsafe Medicine Supply Chain

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By Echo Huang

This summer, medicines from China have led to two global recalls, a huge setback for a country that has been trying to restore consumer confidence in the safety of Chinese food and medicines after a deadly episode of infant formula adulteration a decade ago.

The recalls involve widely used blood pressure medicines, and vaccines.

On Wednesday, authorities launched a recall of some products sold overseas by Changchun Changsheng Biotechnology, China’s second-largest largest producer of rabies

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