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Wal-Mart Shenzhen store sells children's garments with carcinogen (2)

(People's Daily Online)

13:39, September 25, 2012

In order to prove that the T-shirt was bought in the Wal-Mart supermarket, Sun showed the purchase bills. He told the reporter that the SAMQI is the organization appointed by the Wal-Mart Company to examine the product.

On the examination report offered by Sun, the reporter found that the item name of the sample was V1221180. In the conclusion column of the report, it was written "the dye material found in the sample generates a cancerogenic aromatic amine and does not accord with item B of the GB18401-2010 National Technical Specifications for Safety of Dry Goods." In the column regarding the dye that generates the cancerogenic aromatic amine, it was written, "forbidden." In The conclusion of the examination was "the red stamp part was within the examination range and a forbidden aromatic amine was found in the part."

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