Lead Paint on Chinese Toys? A Tale Wi...

Lead Paint on Chinese Toys? A Tale With a Moral of Misplaced Trust

There are 1 comment on the The Ledger story from Oct 28, 2007, titled Lead Paint on Chinese Toys? A Tale With a Moral of Misplaced Trust. In it, The Ledger reports that:

“There is no reason to have it in toys. There is absolutely no reason for it to be there.”

Let's return now to the story of Thomas the Tank Engine and the lead paint. Back in June, the company that manufactures the toy trains based on Thomas books and videos announced that it had been making many of ... via The Ledger

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leo from shanghai

United States

#1 Nov 1, 2007
OH PLEASE SPARE ME!! this a tale of GREED! NANCY NORD head of consumer protection agency is a former flunky for the U.S.(CHINA) CHAMBER OF COMMERCE!

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