How cheap ski goggles are made in Japan
Japan’s manufacturing industry has been the subject of a long-running dispute between the country’s top electronics manufacturers and the government.
The dispute has seen many Japanese companies making the cheapest goggles on the market, while others, such as the UK’s Topsys, have struggled to produce cheap versions.
The latest dispute has also seen some high-profile products made with materials that are less environmentally friendly.
According to the Nikkei business daily, Topsy, which produces the Topsic MX4, MX5, MX6, MX7 and MX8 goggles, was recently told to change the coating of its goggles in order to comply with environmental regulations.
This is a major problem for consumers and is a big problem for the environment in general,” Topsos spokesman Tetsuya Yoshida told the paper.”
So, we’ve had to change it to something a bit safer and easier to wear.
“It is the second time in as many months that Topsies goggles have been found to be in violation of environmental regulations, following an earlier announcement that the goggles would be banned for use in water.
Last year, Tutsis protested against Topsi goggles for using “biodegradable” polymers, which are made from plastic that are biodegradably destroyed.”
A spokesman for the Japanese government said the government was not involved in the decision.””
We’ll continue to protest about these things, and that’s all that matters.”
A spokesman for the Japanese government said the government was not involved in the decision.
“This is an official issue of Topsics, which is not the government,” said a spokesperson for the ministry of economy, trade and industry.
“There is no government involvement, and we are not involved.”
Topsys was not immediately available for comment.