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Made in China (Toys) Part I #876560

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The start of a series on the issue of lead contamination in imported goods made in China introduced.

(Dongguan, China: David Kerley) The issue of the safety of toys made in China examined; scenes shown from the toy factory in Dongguan visitid by the company CEO. [RC2 Corp. CEO Curt STOELTING†- says he wanted to see for himself; comments on the lead used in the paint and the company taking the paint process for granted; explains the safety procedures.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Tomorrow's report previewed.

Gibson, Charles;
Kerley, David

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