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Market watchdog hunts for violations ahead of expo

July 28, 2020

A 100-day law enforcement campaign targeting violations in 11 areas such as food safety, pricing, unfair competition and illegal advertisements was launched on Monday to guarantee the success of the third China International Import Expo (CIIE) in November this year, the city's market watchdog said on Monday.
The campaign will target locations including the National Exhibition and Convention Center and nearby areas, key business areas, tourist attractions and transport hubs, and will crack down on violations that disrupt market order and threaten the safe operation of the city, the Shanghai Administration for Market Regulation said.
Crackdowns will be conducted at group meal delivery work units, banquet hosting venues, central kitchens, tourist attractions and hotels where big events are hosted to prevent the incidence of food poisoning, the administration said.