September 21, 2007
Mattel Issues Apology to China Over Recalls
The Wall Street Journal online
today notes that Mattel apologized today to China over its recall of Chinese-made toys, admitting that the vast majority of the recalled items were defective because of design flaws rather than faulty manufacturing, leading to a recall of more lead-tainted Chinese toys than was justified. The carefully worded apology was made by Thomas A. Debrowski, Mattel's executive vice president for world-wide operations, in a meeting with Li Changjiang, Chinese product safety chief.
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