Foreign brands are seen as ‘way more trustworthy’ than domestic rivals and that is not likely to change soon, according to Dan Wang, of the Economic Intelligence Unit. Illustration: SCMP Foreign brands are seen as ‘way more trustworthy’ than domestic rivals and that is not likely to change soon, according to Dan Wang, of the Economic Intelligence Unit. Illustration: SCMP
Foreign brands are seen as ‘way more trustworthy’ than domestic rivals and that is not likely to change soon, according to Dan Wang, of the Economic Intelligence Unit. Illustration: SCMP

China’s parents haunted by melamine baby milk scandal still favour foreign brands

  • Domestic makers of baby powder rebuild their market share to 44 per cent, all down to Feihe which was not caught up in the 2008 tragedy
  • Foreign brands are seen as “way more trustworthy” and this reputation is likely to last for very long time, EIU says

Topic |   Health in China
Foreign brands are seen as ‘way more trustworthy’ than domestic rivals and that is not likely to change soon, according to Dan Wang, of the Economic Intelligence Unit. Illustration: SCMP Foreign brands are seen as ‘way more trustworthy’ than domestic rivals and that is not likely to change soon, according to Dan Wang, of the Economic Intelligence Unit. Illustration: SCMP
Foreign brands are seen as ‘way more trustworthy’ than domestic rivals and that is not likely to change soon, according to Dan Wang, of the Economic Intelligence Unit. Illustration: SCMP
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