Friday, 9 January 2009

China This Week, Jan 8.

A weekly digest of eye-catching editorials in the Chinese media. 

Chinese newspaper editors have recently been directing much of their invective at corrupt local government officials, a problem some have described as endemic in China.

But a number of Chinese newspapers have also had plenty of harsh words for captains of industry who they accuse of being seduced by high profits and greed -- and of satisfying that greed at the expense of the common people and China's reputation.

Currently, the most notorious of these industrialists is perhaps Tian Wenhua, former boss of China's Sanlu dairy company.

Sanlu is at the heart of the melamine tainted milk scandal.

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