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Nestle reduces price of its baby milk in China

8 July 2013 Last updated at 03:00 BST

Parents in China are finding buying baby milk products made by Swiss food company Nestle a bit cheaper.

The firm has announced that it is cutting prices for its infant formula products, after Chinese authorities launched a probe into alleged price-fixing by foreign brands.

Demand for foreign brands has surged in China after tainted milk scandals resulted in distrust of local rivals.

The BBC's John Sudworth reports from Shanghai.

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