The Indonesian government will implement the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for children’s toys on April 30, 2014.

by:Ennas      2021-11-30

Comprehensive Indonesian 'Business Daily' and other media reported on March 11 that according to the Indonesian Ministry of Industry Regulation No. 24 of 2013, in order to protect the rights of consumers, especially the safety of children’s toys, the Indonesian government will Starting today, the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) will be implemented for children’s toys, that is, for children’s toys that are circulated in the market, whether they are self-produced or imported, the product standards must comply with SNI, otherwise they will be forcibly taken back from the market or imported. Ban Pang, director of the National Bureau of Standards of Indonesia, pointed out that children's discrimination ability is very weak. When they come into contact with toys or let toys are imported, harmful substances such as lead can enter the body and endanger children's health, which parents often ignore. In addition, sharp toys, toys with batteries, and dyed toys can cause harm to children due to easy punctures, battery contamination or running electricity, and harmful dyes. It is reported that at the APEC meeting in Bali last year, Indonesia raised an issue on this issue. An official of the Indonesian National Bureau of Standards stated that Indonesia had reported the regulation to the WTO last year. China and the United States are the largest importers of children's toys in Indonesia. The above regulations have attracted the attention of Chinese and American companies.
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