She added the country’s medical supply exports were valued at 10.2 billion yuan (US$1.4 billion).Read also: Airline employees worried about job security as COVID-19 takes its tollHowever numerous nations – including the Netherlands, the Philippines, Croatia, Turkey and Spain – have complained about substandard or faulty medical products shipped from China.Last week, the Dutch government recalled 600,000 masks out of a Chinese shipment of 1.3 million that did not meet quality standards. China said the manufacturer “stated clearly that (the masks) are non-surgical.”Spain also rejected thousands of rapid test kits sent by an unauthorized Chinese company after it found that they were unreliable last week.Chinese officials hit back on Sunday at media reports over defective medical supplies, saying that they “did not reflect the full facts”.”In reality there are various factors, such as China having different standards and different usage habits to other countries. Even improper use can lead to doubts over quality,” said Jiang Fan, an official with the Ministry of Commerce.Read also: Investors look to China for a glimpse of life after coronavirusThe comments echoed remarks from Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, who over the past week has repeatedly urged Western media not to “politicize” or “hype up” the issue. Earlier this week, Beijing tightened regulations for exported coronavirus medical equipment, requiring products to fulfil both domestic licensing standards and that of their destination countries.China has also increased its production capacity of COVID-19 testing kits to over 4 million a day, said Zhang Qi, an official with the National Medical Products Administration.Topics : China has sold nearly four billion masks to foreign countries since March, officials said Sunday, as they tried to stem widespread fears over the quality of medical exports.Despite Chinese cases dwindling, Beijing has encouraged factories to increase production of medical supplies as the pandemic kills over 60,000 globally and parts of the world face a protective equipment shortage.China has exported 3.86 billion masks, 37.5 million pieces of protective clothing, 16,000 ventilators and 2.84 million COVID-19 testing kits since March 1, customs official Jin Hai said, with orders to more than 50 countries.
RelatedPosts Rohr lists Musa, Ekong, 23 others for Cote d’Ivoire, Tunisia friendlies Super Eagles stars model new national team jersey Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking Technical Adviser Gernor Rohr has listed red-hot Lille striker, Victor Osimhen, and Villarreal starlet Samuel Chukwueze in his 24-man Super Eagles’ roster for the quick-double 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixture against the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone this month. There are also team captain Ahmed Musa, vice captain William Ekong and veteran defender Kenneth Omeruo, goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi, defenders Leon Balogun and Olaoluwa Aina, midfielder Wilfred Ndidi and forwards Alex Iwobi in the list of three goalkeepers, eight defenders, five midfielders and eight forwards. Germany-based defender Kingsley Ehizibue, on the books of FC Koln, and Holland-based forward Cyril Dessers have been called up for the first time, while England-based former U17 World Cup winner Kelechi Iheanacho returns to the fold. Nigeria, on maximum six points from their first two matches of the campaign and in somewhat comfortable lead in their pool, host the Leone Stars at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba on March 27, before flying to Freetown to confront the Stars at the Siaka Stevens Stadium in the return four days later. All invited players, as well as technical and administrative officials, are to report in the Delta State capital on March 23. Victory in both games will virtually guarantee Nigeria a spot at the 33rd Africa Cup of Nations scheduled for Cameroon early next year, ahead of their away clash to Benin Republic in Porto Novo in June and home tie against Lesotho early September.24 EAGLES FOR LEONE STARS’ BATTLES Goalkeepers: Daniel Akpeyi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa); Ikechukwu Ezenwa (Heartland FC); Maduka Okoye (Fortuna Dusseldorf, Germany). Defenders: Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes, Spain); Leon Balogun (Wigan Athletic, England); Chidozie Awaziem (CD Leganes, Spain); William Ekong (Udinese FC, Italy); Olaoluwa Aina (Torino FC, Italy); Jamilu Collins (SC Padeborn 07, Germany); Oluwasemilogo Ajayi (West Bromwich Albion, England); Kingsley Ehizibue (FC Koln, Germany). Midfielders: Abdullahi Shehu (Bursaspor FC, Turkey); Etebo Oghenekaro (Getafe FC, Spain); Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City, England); Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Ramon Azeez (Granada FC, Spain). Forwards: Ahmed Musa (Al Nassr, Saudi Arabia); Alexander Iwobi (Everton FC, England); Victor Osimhen (Lille OSC, France); Moses Simon (FC Nantes, France); Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal FC, Spain); Cyril Dessers (Heracles Almelo, The Netherlands); Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, England); Samuel Kalu (Girondins Bordeaux, France). Tags: Africa Cup of NationsGernot RohrKelechi IheanachoLeon BalogunLeone StarsSamuel ChukwuezeSuper Eagles read more
Competition Premier LeagueDate 25 August 2012Game week 2 Kick-off 14:00Venue Old Trafford (Manchester)OFFICIALSReferee:K. FriendAssistants:M. MullarkeyJ. FlynnFourth official:P. Gibbs
Three matches of 2nd pre-round of BiH handball Cup were played, and Bosna, Krivaja and Čapljina were victorious.HC ”Bosna” defeated ”Leotar” from Trebinje with 27:26; HC ”Krivaja” defeated ”Gradačac” with 37:30, and ”Čapljina” defeated Kakanj 39:28.The continuation of 16th round of BiH handball Championship is to continue next weekend.