China discovers more tainted milk

China discovers more tainted milk

There are 6 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Sep 20, 2008, titled China discovers more tainted milk. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

China's food safety crisis widened yesterday after the industrial chemical melamine was found in milk produced by three of the country's leading dairy companies - prompting stores, including Starbucks , to yank ...

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Buy American

Raleigh, NC

#1 Sep 20, 2008
Dear America...please stop importing Chinese crap. When will we learn from stuff like this? This stuff could end up on our shelves if we are not careful. Buy American please....buy American.

Since: Sep 08

Shenzhen, China

#2 Sep 20, 2008
What a clever comment.
I'm guessing you're in grade school somewhere.
Well done lad.
Your teacher will be proud.

When you grow up you may wish to study economics.

Then you may realize that if America stopped importing Chinese products they'd be broke. You see American inflation has only been stable the past 10 years because cheap Chinese products have counteracted increases in raw materials. Now that Chinese salaries are rising, the American economy can no longer expect to offset inflationary pressures with reduced pricing for Chinese goods.

The future looks bleak for America. Without Chinese goods there would be a depression.

You guys need to stop the shop-a-holics stuff. How can you borrow 60% of every dollar you spend when Chinese people borrow 5%. How can you justify spending half of the world's total military budget.
Buy American wrote:
Dear America...please stop importing Chinese crap. When will we learn from stuff like this? This stuff could end up on our shelves if we are not careful. Buy American please....buy American.
old china

Chengdu, China

#3 Sep 20, 2008
Buy American wrote:
Dear America...please stop importing Chinese crap. When will we learn from stuff like this? This stuff could end up on our shelves if we are not careful. Buy American please....buy American.
Yes please buy all that American beef loaded with dioxins and stop shipping it to Asia.

Since: Sep 08

Shenzhen, China

#4 Sep 20, 2008
Hmmm, mad cows in charge of Wall Street.

Does that mean another Bull Market?

Just wondering.
old china wrote:
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Yes please buy all that American beef loaded with dioxins and stop shipping it to Asia.
Tired_of_Tainted _Products

Hyattsville, MD

#5 Sep 21, 2008
Wow!!! It is amazing how "short-memoried" people are in this country...
Just 1 year ago, people with kids were freaking out of China made toys containing LEAD in paint. Now, people are freaking out over China imported baby-formula. In Hong Kong baby has been diagnosed with health issue steaming from milk consumption. What will it take in US, to convince people, that products made in China, could be cheap, and readily available, but always keep thinking in the back of your head that the product could be tained, or contain lead in the paint. Stores should have aisles that clearly state: made in US and foreign manufacturing...Even if price is higher for US made products, I would rather buy US made

Since: Sep 08

Shenzhen, China

#6 Sep 21, 2008
Another tired old rubbish post.

Man, you guys can't even afford made in U.S good anymore.
You've been on a giant spending spree with the Chinese credit card. Better think of paying that back first. Haha
Tired_of_Tainted_Products wrote:
Wow!!! It is amazing how "short-memoried" people are in this country...
Just 1 year ago, people with kids were freaking out of China made toys containing LEAD in paint. Now, people are freaking out over China imported baby-formula. In Hong Kong baby has been diagnosed with health issue steaming from milk consumption. What will it take in US, to convince people, that products made in China, could be cheap, and readily available, but always keep thinking in the back of your head that the product could be tained, or contain lead in the paint. Stores should have aisles that clearly state: made in US and foreign manufacturing...Even if price is higher for US made products, I would rather buy US made

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