China's food safety watchdog said Sunday no traces of the industrial chemical melamine were found in new tests of milk powder sold domestically, as officials sought to restore public trust in milk supplies.
The tests of 129 batches of baby milk powder and 212 batches of other kinds of milk powder showed they were free from melamine contamination, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said on its Web site.
200810060631［英文］U.S-Taiwan arms deal is warning, not gift
On October 3, United States President George W. Bush finally notified the Congress of his administration's agreement to sell defensive weapon systems worth US$6.9 billion to Taiwan after a long delay during which many pundits had believed that the Bush administration would leave the decision to the new U.S. president to be elected on November 4.
The long term delay of this sale and the uncertainty it produced regarding the state of U.S.-Taiwan relations and the reliability of Washington's commitment to fulfill the requirements of the Taiwan Relations Act has already damaged both the morale of the Taiwan people and the quality of Taiwan's national security that cannot be earily swept away by Bush's belated decision.