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Company to Prosecute After Woman Spreads Product “Rumors”

Company to Prosecute After Woman Spreads Product “Rumors”

A Taiwanese tour guide who revealed news of a company’s questionable produce to mainland Chinese tourists has caused the firm to issue a stern declaration in which it states it will take legal action over the “spread of internet rumors”. The revelations were made in a viral video showing the woman speaking of the scandals involving Dingxin in Taiwan, and that although the Taiwanese boycotted it, the firm wasn’t concerned as its mainland market would keep it in profit. Dingxin has previously been reported to have used Copper Chlorophyll, “gutter oil” and feed-grade oil in its products. Netizens supported the woman.
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