Some toy products are banned in Dubai: 50 brands have suffered
[Yibang Power Network News] On March 15 news, Yibang Power Network was informed that according to Gulf News, Dubai has banned the sale of toy products such as spinning tops, plush toys, and mask toys. Cross-border toy sellers will also be affected. According to Yibang Power.com, at present, products containing tiny parts, sharp parts, flammable fuel toys or a series of toys that cannot withstand normal wear and tear are prohibited from being sold in Dubai. In the first 7 months of 2015, Dubai has banned the operation of 50 toy brands. According to relevant Dubai government officials, new products from toy suppliers must be sent to the Dubai government central laboratory to pass the test or pass the EU EN-71 standard before they can be sold. In response, Sultan Al Suwaidi, Deputy Director of the Department of Public Health and Safety of the City of Dubai, also pointed out that in order to ensure the safety of Dubai residents, we have inspected toys and infrastructure in parks and recreation areas. At the same time, regular inspections of stores are carried out to ensure that the toys sold meet safety standards, and a large number of laboratory tests are also carried out to ensure the safety of products sold by distributors. If businesses ignore the warnings and continue to sell prohibited toy products, the Dubai government will impose heavy fines on them and even order them to close stores. Al Suwaidi said.