Organizations such as Reporters without Borders and the Committee to Protect Journalists rank China high among those states practicing media suppression and censorship. In the state-run press, a number of topics are generally off limits.\n In the China Daily's year-end round-up, it wrote about the scandal, saying: The reasons for the recalls were not just quality defects, behind them were traditional disputes, technical barriers, trade protection and an overhyped media coverage. [...] China was determined to restore the confidence in China-made products and launched a four-month nationwide special campaign to improve product quality and food safety.
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