Tomato products from Xinjiang have been banned from the US over links to alleged rights abuses. Illustration: Perry Tse Tomato products from Xinjiang have been banned from the US over links to alleged rights abuses. Illustration: Perry Tse
Tomato products from Xinjiang have been banned from the US over links to alleged rights abuses. Illustration: Perry Tse

Soaring EU-Xinjiang trade in textile machinery, tomatoes piles pressure on Brussels to act on alleged forced labour

  • German-made exports of machinery parts for Xinjiang’s textiles industry are soaring, despite evidence of forced labour
  • Pressure is on the EU to act on forced labour allegations after signing an investment deal with China in December

Topic |   China-EU relations
Tomato products from Xinjiang have been banned from the US over links to alleged rights abuses. Illustration: Perry Tse Tomato products from Xinjiang have been banned from the US over links to alleged rights abuses. Illustration: Perry Tse
Tomato products from Xinjiang have been banned from the US over links to alleged rights abuses. Illustration: Perry Tse
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