BUSINESS Chinese customs reports substandard children's products


Chinese customs reports substandard children's products


10:44, June 02, 2021

Aerial photo taken on Jan. 14, 2021 shows the container terminal of the Lianyungang Port in Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province. (Photo: Xinhua)

China's General Administration of Customs (GAC) on Tuesday reported 81 batches of imported children's products that were found to be unsafe or of substandard quality.

The products, inspected between June 2020 and May 2021, include children's clothing, toys, toothbrushes, shoes, pacifiers and bottles, from brands including H&M, GAP and Zara.

The GAC detailed the safety risks of the goods in an online statement, urging further efforts to prevent inflows of substandard products and protect consumer interests.

The low-quality products have been destroyed or returned in accordance with laws and regulations, said the GAC.

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