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China Bans Countries From Taking Their Own Food to the Olympics, Worries Aussie

Posted by Author on April 30, 2008

By Alison Caldwell, ABC News, Australia, Apr 30, 2008-

The amount of information coming out of Beijing about the Olympic Games is impressive, but so is the red tape.

Australian athletes would dearly like to get one thing straight – are they free to take their own specialised energy food and drinks into China?

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is confident it will be OK, but so far it has not been made clear and it is understood the team has been told to source all of its food in China.

AOC secretary-general Craig Phillips says negotiations are continuing……. (more details from ABC News: China ban Australia taking own food to Olympics)

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