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Worried parents queue for refund in China milk scandal

SHIJIAZHUANG, China (Reuters) - Hundreds of fraught parents queued on Tuesday outside a Chinese dairy company at the centre of a baby milk scandal, demanding explanations and compensation after more than 1,200 infants fell ill and at least two died.

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Aussie cows for dairy industry

First Dairy Farm (M) Sdn Bhd, one of the east coast's largest dairy producers, will import 320 cows from Australia to reach its targeted daily milk production of 8,000 litres a day by the end of the year.

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China toxic milk powder kills 3, thousands sick

BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Wednesday a third infant had died after drinking contaminated milk and the number sick had leapt to many thousands, while an official said the health threat was concealed for at least a month.

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China toxic milk powder kills 3, thousands sick

BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Wednesday a third infant had died after drinking contaminated milk and the number sick had leapt to many thousands, while an official said the health threat was concealed for at least a month.

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China toxic milk powder kills 3, thousands sick

BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Wednesday a third infant had died after drinking contaminated milk and the number sick had leapt to many thousands, while an official said the health threat was concealed for at least a month.

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China vows clean-up as baby milk scare spreads

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has vowed to overhaul its

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China probe finds widespread milk tainting

BEIJING (Reuters) - Nearly 10 percent of milk samples from three top Chinese dairy companies was tainted with melamine, the government quality watchdog found after testing for the banned chemical that has killed four children.

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EU wants explanation of widening China milk scandal

BEIJING (Reuters) - The European Union wants an explanation of a Chinese dairy scandal that has made thousands of infants ill, an official said on Friday, after the scare spread to milk in cartons and Starbucks dumped a supplier in China.

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China probe finds widespread milk tainting

BEIJING (Reuters) - Nearly 10 percent of milk samples from three top Chinese dairy companies was tainted with melamine, the government quality watchdog found after testing for the banned chemical that has killed four children.

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EU wants explanation of widening China milk scandal

BEIJING (Reuters) - The European Union wants an explanation of a Chinese dairy scandal that has made thousands of infants ill, an official said on Friday, after the scare spread to milk in cartons and Starbucks dumped a supplier in China.