VietNamNet Bridge – The Hanoi Market Control Sub-agency has affirmed that China-made clothes contain formaldehyde, but no official conclusion has been released because no regulation covers this issue.
Quang said that all the samples were taken from
However, no official conclusion has been issued.
“There are no concrete regulations about the safety level of products and the allowed levels of substances, including formaldehyde, which has created difficulties for government management agencies,” Quang said.
“We are still awaiting instructions from a higher level. If there were clearly stipulated standards for product quality, clothes that did not meet the required standards would be seized and demolished,” Quang added.
Meanwhile, when talking to local newspaper VnExpress, Tran Van Vinh, Deputy General Director of STAMEQ, said that as
In this case, the clothes are imported from
The information about the toxic China-made clothes was spread in