Abigail Goldman

Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Reporter for the Los Angeles Times and co-author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning report into Walmart's business practices, as well as extensive reporting on the Mattel toy company

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Confidence in the label "Made in China" is crucial to that nation's economic expansion.  Back in August, the international safety scare had caught the attention of Chinese officials. …

Chinese Imports and Product Safety

Confidence in the label "Made in China" is crucial to that nation's economic expansion.  Back in August, the international safety scare had caught the attention of Chinese officials. …

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Unsafe tires. Tainted food and toothpaste. Millions of toys with lead paint and tiny magnets.

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Unsafe tires. Tainted food and toothpaste. Millions of toys with lead paint and tiny magnets.

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