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Recent news stories about tainted seafood, defective tires, and children’s toys with lead paint have raised concerns about the safety of imports from China. A panel discusses what is known about the scope of the problem and what some believe should be done to reduce the health and safety threat.
- Sally Greenberg Consumer's Union - Senior Staff Attorney - DC office
- Robert Kapp Former president of the United States-China Business Council
- John Pomfret Diplomatic correspondent, "The Washington Post"; author of "Chinese Lessons: Five Classmates and the Story of the New China."
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