A Chinese Sam's Club executive in Guangzhou shows Gov. Butch Otter and from left, Idaho Potato Commissioner Mark Coombs of Caldwell and Frank Muir, President and CEO of the Idaho Potato Commission one of his preferred packaging sizes for frozen French fries.
A Chinese Sam's Club executive in Guangzhou shows Gov. Butch Otter and from left, Idaho Potato Commissioner Mark Coombs of Caldwell and Frank Muir, President and CEO of the Idaho Potato Commission one of his preferred packaging sizes for frozen French fries. Rocky Barker
A Chinese Sam's Club executive in Guangzhou shows Gov. Butch Otter and from left, Idaho Potato Commissioner Mark Coombs of Caldwell and Frank Muir, President and CEO of the Idaho Potato Commission one of his preferred packaging sizes for frozen French fries. Rocky Barker

Rocky Barker in China: Ties more than a century old link Gem State, Guangdong

June 10, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 21, 2011 12:36 PM

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