Toy safety campaign with the participation of Antonio Tajani

Type: Report   Reference: I-074156   Duration: 10:02:39  Lieu:
End production: 01/08/2012   First transmission: 01/08/2012
On 1st August 2012, Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Industry and Entrepreneurship, participated in the European Toy Safety campaign, at the European Commission, in Brussels. On this occasion, he attended an exhibition of defective toys and gave a statement on the topic.

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10:00:00 Title 00:00:05
10:00:05 Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Industry and Entrepreneurship, at the Toy Safety exhibition, in Brussels (2 shots) 00:00:11
10:00:16 Exhibition of some defective toys 00:00:05
10:00:22 Antonio Tajani looking at the CE label 00:00:04
10:00:27 Defective toy 00:00:07
10:00:34 Antonio Tajani at the Toy Safety exhibition 00:00:00
10:00:34 Ladies' shoes 00:00:04
10:00:39 Defective toy 00:00:04
10:00:43 Soundbite by Antonio Tajani (in ITALIAN) saying that: These toys are dangerous because they don't respect the rules, for example, in terms of chemicals. There are a lot of counterfeit toys which could contain cancerous substances. In the world, the market of counterfeit products is enormous and increasing. That is why the EC is vigilant and leads the strong campaign "European Toy Safety" targeting economic operators involved in toy manufacturing and marketing. It aims at ensuring that EU products meet safety, health and environmental protection requirements. The EU Member States which are responsible for enforcing the rules have to be vigilant and make sure that the toys comply with the EU rules. 00:01:36
10:02:19 Antonio Tajani answering questions from a journalist 00:00:04
10:02:23 Exhibition of some defective toys (2 shots) 00:00:15
10:02:39 Leaflet entitled "a safe toy?" 00:00:05
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