Janet Berk


Allowing the exportation of hazardous products, even though they cannot be sold in the United States, creates a double standard. The exportation of domestically banned or restricted products also presents serious risks for 'American consumers.' Once a product is banned, there is no guarantee that it will not subsequently reenter the United States under the guise of an acceptable label. This Comment discusses why and how the double standard should be eliminated.





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