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The Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a press release that standards for lithium-ion batteries in mobile phones need to be updated. (Photo: iStock)

(Bloomberg) – Defects that caused Samsung Electronics Co.’s Note 7 phones to burst into flames last year revealed that the industry’s voluntary standards for the design and manufacture of rechargeable batteries aren’t adequate to protect safety, a U.S. consumer-safety regulator has concluded.

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