By  on January 24, 2014

BEIJING — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has responded to a critical report on Chinese state-run television this week, assuring that it does not cut corners in safety checking or approving products for sale at its 400-plus stores in China.

The company released a detailed statement on Friday in response to a story that appeared on state broadcaster CCTV Thursday evening accusing Wal-Mart of circumventing China’s retail product permit procedures for profit. The report said Wal-Mart had violated proper procedures in instances of more than 600 products that went to its shelves.

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