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Product Recalls

Product recalls are issued by the government and/or a company on a product that has been determined to be a safety issue to the end user.  Such products include baby items that might be swallowed, grocery items that may contain bacteria or even automobiles that may have a safety defect.

Manufacturers issue product recalls at the request of government agencies such as the FDA or as the result of reports or studies validating a safety flaw in the product.  Manufacturers are usually reluctant to issue recalls because of the great expense of a recall and the acknowledgement of a safety issue with the product.  Voluntary recalls by a company are an attempt to protect the product end users from further harm and to limit the product liability the company may have as a result of negligence related to the product.

Federal and state consumer protection laws provide redress and other protections to consumers from potentially harmful products.  While manufactures may make voluntary recalls of defective products, some government agencies can call for compulsory recalls for seriously dangerous products.

 

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Global Finance Product Recalls Cost More Than Prestige Global Finance Product recalls can damage a company39s brand, throw operations into crisis and deal a body blow to earnings. Just one can finish off a smaller, less diversified company. On top of that, the rate of incidents is increasing. Both automobile and food

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