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BEIJING (Kyodo) Chinese officials are saying there were no serious food-poisoning cases involving employees at a company who ate frozen dumplings that had been recalled after leaving several people in Japan ill, the state-controlled Xinhua News Agency reported.

A worker at Chengde Iron and Steel Co. experienced discomfort after eating the “gyoza” dumplings, but the man was fine after taking a rest, according to an official of the Hebei Provincial State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.

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