A Chinese company

has been refused permission to use the name of a disgraced official as a trademark to sell rat poison.  Xinhua News Agency said the Shenyang Feilong Pharmaceutical Co. applied last month to use the name of Zheng Xiaoyu, who was fired as head of the national drug watchdog for suspicion of taking bribes, as its name for a brand of rat poisons and pesticides.

These Reds are really getting soft.

By Ron Coleman

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