China – The New Scapegoat For Bad Corporate Judgement

China – The New Scapegoat For Bad Corporate Judgement
Erin Middleton
  • 16 august 2007

Mattel, the world’s largest toy manufacturer, made its second recall within a month’s time and made a lot of noise about the fact that their supplier in China had used lead paint in 436,000 toys. Enough noise to try to hide the fact that it had to recall 18 million toys whose faults were nothing to do with China – it was the American design. The NY Times :

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