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Crackdown on pretend Kobe beef (3)

By Wang Zhenghua (China Daily)

09:18, February 05, 2013

The carriers of the smuggled meat are largely middle-aged Japanese men, the spokesman said. Sometimes Taiwan people were also found carrying the contraband meat.

To curb the smuggling of Japan-produced beef, experts called for more severe penalties on smugglers and education of consumers who are unaware of the risks of meat produced in epidemic regions.

Shen Fujun, a law professor at East China University of Political Science and Law, said that rather than only issuing fines, legislators should consider criminal penalties for habitual violators.

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