It’s a story you won’t find anywhere else in the world.
A factory in China’s central Henan province that makes green tanner, a type of high-tech tanning, has a small town of 1,000 people.
The factory’s owner, a man named Zhou Yipeng, said he opened it to make a living, but the factory’s production of the high-end tanning material that is used to make leather shoes has a dark side: a toxic chemical known as dioxin.
The company, based in Chengdu, China, is now facing multiple lawsuits, including one filed by a group of farmers in the southwestern Chinese province of Zhejiang, who claim the company used dangerous and environmentally harmful chemicals in its tanning process.
“Dioxin is a toxin,” said Yang Hao, an attorney for the farmers.
“We don’t think the factory should be allowed to continue to produce the material.
We think it should be banned.”
The lawsuit was filed against the company, the Yang family and the government of Zhenjiang, which oversees the country’s tanning industry.
“It’s a sad story of the exploitation of a resource and its misuse by a company,” said Mark Smith, the director of the Global Environmental Law Program at the University of California, Davis.
The Yang family, which owns about 1,400 acres of land in Zhenzhong, is the largest family in the Yang clan.
Yang Yang is the grandson of the patriarch of the Yang Yang family.
The family is based in Henan, the state that shares a border with China’s western region of Xinjiang, a mountainous region where Muslim Uighurs and other Han Chinese people live.
The state of Zheshan is the second largest in Xinjiang.
The Tanning Industry In China, tanning is one of the nation’s most lucrative industries, accounting for more than 60% of all the world’s production.
According to a 2012 report by the Center for Global Development, the Tanning industry in China accounts for about 40% of the countrys gross domestic product.
It is also one of its most heavily subsidized.
The cost of tanning leather in China is estimated at between $1,200 and $3,500 per kilogram.
That is more than double the price for other materials used in tanning.
Tanning has also become a major source of revenue for the ruling Communist Party.
Last year, the country raised its GDP growth target from 3% to 4.5% to bring its gross domestic products, or GDP, to more than 4 trillion yuan ($80 billion).
China is the world, in part, for the high quality of its tannery.
In the 1980s, China was a country that had not been industrialized in many decades.
But with the arrival of the industrial revolution, China’s population began to expand and its manufacturing industries grew exponentially.
By the late 1990s, the government realized it needed to find ways to modernize the country.
As the economy boomed, it started to create an economy that was able to handle the increase in demand for the products it produced.
The government began to develop programs to make its citizens healthier and more productive, and in the early 2000s, it established the National Health and Family Planning Commission to look into ways to improve the lives of Chinese citizens.
In 2009, President Xi Jinping announced a sweeping overhaul of the health care system that was expected to save the nation billions of dollars a year.
It was a huge leap forward for China, which had been struggling with the health problems associated with chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension, and a number of diseases such as cancer.
The health reform plan, known as the One Belt, One Road initiative, was designed to boost economic growth and boost productivity, which would be used to help address China’s growing population, according to the National Development and Reform Commission, the body overseeing the initiative.
The plan was to give the Chinese people access to the resources needed to keep the economy growing, including education, health care, and other necessities.
The goal was to make sure everyone had the same opportunity to get ahead.
The One Belt initiative was supposed to improve health care and economic growth, said Sun Jun, an economist at the Institute of Social Sciences in Beijing.
In order to do this, the Chinese government developed a new set of standards that had to be met to make the system work.
Those standards included setting a standard of living that would allow for people to enjoy their work, which was the primary goal of the reform, Sun said.
In an effort to achieve this goal, the national health and family planning commission in 2007 established the Health and Welfare Committee, which is tasked with setting the standard of the future Chinese health care.
The Health and Health Committee has been responsible for setting health and social protection standards for the Chinese health system, as well as setting the guidelines for health care delivery, said