Behind Tianjin Tragedy, a Company That Flouted Regulations and Reaped Profits – The New York Times

Now, more than two weeks after explosions at its warehouses leveled a swath of that district, killing 145 people, injuring more than 700 and leaving millions here fearful of toxic fallout, Rui Hai has become a symbol of something else for many Chinese: the high cost of rapid industrialization in a closed political system rife with corruption.

Source: Behind Tianjin Tragedy, a Company That Flouted Regulations and Reaped Profits – The New York Times

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