Authorities in China are hunting 300 suspects linked to the illegal sale of spoiled vaccines. The...
by cschultz | Feb 16, 2010
A bill proposed by G. Glenn Oder in the Virginia legislature to assist homeowners with problems experienced due to toxic Chinese drywall has died in a House Committee: Oder had proposed a bill that prevented insurance companies...
by cschultz | Feb 15, 2010
New technology could hopefully assist in repairing caustic drywall imported from China: As Florida and other parts of the nation continue to get their hands around the problems caused by home and condo units constructed with...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 14, 2009
Mattel has settled a class action lawsuit over a recall of lead-tainted toys made in China, the Wall Street Journal reports: Co-plaintiff lead counsel Whatley Drake & Kallas said in a statement the settlement provides...
by cschultz | Jun 13, 2009
As reported in the Times of India, the government of Nigeria has claimed that imported pharmaceuticals that were labeled “Made in India” were actually created in China: The matter came to light after The Times of...
by cschultz | Jun 5, 2009
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has fined Mattel $2.3 million for lead-tainted toys that it imported from china. The fine stems from the toymaker’s 2007 recall of 95 types of toys and up to 2 million units,...
by cschultz | Mar 24, 2009
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL), a US-based product safety group, announced that Chinese product standards were improving, and the recognition of such standards would help decrease economic protectionism: Keith Williams,...
by cschultz | Mar 21, 2009
The Times of India reports that China’s Food and Drug Association has tested and cleared Johnson & Johnson products of allegedly containing carcinogens. The charges started when the US-based Campaign for Safe...
by Paulina Hartono | Mar 18, 2009
Earlier this month, Chinese courts began accepting milk contamination-related lawsuits. Now, however, families are saying that local officials are contacting them, asking them to drop their cases. From AP’s Anita Chang:...
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