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

(People's Daily Online)

13:38, September 25, 2012

A man surname Sun told the reporter of the Xin Kuai Bao newspaper that the Wal-Mart store in Shenzhen is suspected of selling children's garments with carcinogen.

Sun Zhongmin, who said that a Wal-Mart supermarket is selling children's garments with carcinogen, told the reporter, "I found the children's garments sold in a Wal-Mart supermarket had a penetrating odor. According to my experience, I suspected that these garments were problematic products. Therefore, I bought some of them and sent them to a relevant organization to examine them."

On Aug. 6, Sun bought a boy’s T-shirt from the Wal-Mart supermarket on Jinhai Road of Baoan District and sent it for examination. In order to guarantee a precise examination result, the examination organization required Sun to send another sample. On Aug. 16, Sun got the examination report from the Shenzhen Academy of Metrology and Quality Inspection (SAMQI). "The report proves that my suspicion was right. The T-shirts sold in the Wal-Mart supermarket contains carcinogen," said Sun.

Read the Chinese version:深圳沃尔玛被指卖致癌童装 消费者检验证实

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