Safety fears in the US have recently prompted the recall of a host of Chinese-made products, including toothpaste, pet food and toys. Is the growing suspicion towards the quality of Chinese products justified?
In the latest move in a growing row over product safety, Beijing has accused the US of exporting sub-standard soya beans to China.
Eearlier this week New Zealand issued a warning about Chinese-made clothes containing dangerous levels of a chemical that can cause cancer.
Chinese officials have defended the quality of Chinese products saying that there is a new trend in trade protectionism.
There are similar debates going on right now on BBC World and other major media channels. Response rate to this heated issue has been unusually high around the globe. What do you think? Is the growing suspicion (and calls for worldwide boycotts as well as other more extreme political actions) towards Chinese-made products justified?