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Unacceptable levels of PH detrimental to exports
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Jul '08
It has been noted that the product level standards, especially related to dyes and chemicals have become extremely strict in most countries, more so in US and the EU.

Thus, recently, Changzhou City Government conducted series of spot inspections and found that nearly 66.7 percent of the children clothes exported to the EU and US had unacceptable levels of PH. This shows that the clothes do not meet the international quality standard.

The alleged enterprises were ordered to carry out technical treatment under the supervision of local inspection and quarantine department, immediately.

Authorities stressed that with weakening exports, it is very important that all textile companies abide by the international standards so as to avoid rejections and recalls.

Officials inform that products that are not up to the standards even after the technical treatment will be prohibited from exporting, in order to maintain a positive image of Chinese textiles in the international market.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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