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U.S. Lawmakers Seek to Tighten Ban on Forced-Labor Goods from China's Xinjiang

Poster:Post date:2020-03-17
Catergory:News
Region:(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement)
(Reuters, By David Brunnstrom) Leading U.S. lawmakers proposed legislation on Wednesday aimed at preventing goods made from forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region from reaching the United States. The legislation would require importers to obtain certification from the U.S. government that goods were not produced using forced labor by minority Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang. <Accessed 2020-03-17>  
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