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EU recalls three clothing items produced in China
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Feb '10
Recently the European Commission initiated withdrawal of three apparel products, which are mainly children's apparel wear and which were all manufactured in China. The main common reason for recalling these products is these garments were hazardous for various reasons.

The first apparel product is a children's jacket under the Blue Moon brand in Lithuania and reason for recall is that the product carries a suffocation hazard, because its visor's section has a functional drawstring that does not comply with relevant European standard EN 14682.

The second item is children's sweater with H & S brand. This complainant in this case is again Lithuania. The reason for recall is the same as the jacket; that the product carries a suffocation hazard, because its visor's section has a functional drawstring that does not comply with the relevant European standard EN 14682.

The third clothing product to be recalled is the Children's Trousers of Zhong Fu Brand. The complaint in this case emanates from Bulgaria. The product carries a suffocation hazard, because there are functional drawstrings around the feet of the trousers that do not comply with the relevant European standard EN 14682.

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