BEIJING – China has ramped up its war on Western brands by accusing clothing brands Nike, H&M and Zara of selling goods that could be harmful to children. The country’s customs administration website listed a warning notice on 81 items imported by companies from a numbers of sectors, including Nike, H&M and Zara.
The announcement from China’s General Administration of Customs included items such as children’s clothing and shoes, in addition to toys, toothbrushes and baby bottles. The warnings covered items from June 2020 to May 2021.
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