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Published on Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Pollution admin blunder hits Chinese firm

Written by John Mowbray

altBEIJING – Illustrating that the policy of ‘naming and shaming’ polluting textile mills can sometimes back-fire, and potentially damage a responsible textile business, Wuxi Minerva Knitted Fashion Co., Ltd has had its name successfully removed from an on-line China Water Pollution Map after local Wuxi officials made a simple administrative error.


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