Explosions at a Tianjin chemical plant in August—resulting in at least 160 dead, 14 missing, and hundreds still hospitalizedd—have prompted a strong response from the Chinese government at the central and local levels, with calls for nationwide inspections of hazardous chemicals, arrests of the plant’s managers, and the sacking of Chinese safety officials. However, the incident has also prompted critical questions for both government and public on how such an incident could have...
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