Canada cannot blame China for toy recall

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Canada: the recall of toys should not be entirely attributed to China. Canada: the recall of toys should not be entirely attributed to China. September 10, 2007

[China paint information] a research report released by Canada recently pointed out that the recall of toys made in China should not be entirely attributed to Chinese manufacturers, because nearly 80% of the recalled toys were caused by design errors of toy companies

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assisted by the Department of commercial energy and industrial strategy Helping Mattel recall 1.5 million toys made in China this report was jointly made by Professor Babuji of the University of Manitoba in Canada and Professor bimish of the University of Western Ontario. They carefully analyzed the reasons for the recall of Chinese toys issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission since 1988, and reached the above conclusions. The report has been submitted to the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada for publication

it is reported that since 1988, more than 76.4% of the 550 toy recalls in the United States have been due to design errors by toy companies. On the contrary, only 10% of them are caused by the production quality problems of the manufacturers

The report said that 80% of the 20million toys made in China recalled by Mattel in August this year were caused by its design mistakes. However, the US media ignored this point and only focused on the problem of excessive lead content in toy paint

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