Entities from China’s Xinjiang region exported a 10-month high of US$56.8 million worth of goods to the US in August despite the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act having come into effect at the end of June. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Entities from China’s Xinjiang region exported a 10-month high of US$56.8 million worth of goods to the US in August despite the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act having come into effect at the end of June. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Xinjiang

How is Xinjiang still shipping millions of goods to US after ‘forced labour’ law came into effect?

  • Xinjiang entities exported a 10-month high of US$56.8 million of goods to the US in August despite the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act being in place since June
  • Act assumes that all goods from Xinjiang are at risk of being tainted by forced labour, despite repeated denials from Beijing

Entities from China’s Xinjiang region exported a 10-month high of US$56.8 million worth of goods to the US in August despite the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act having come into effect at the end of June. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Entities from China’s Xinjiang region exported a 10-month high of US$56.8 million worth of goods to the US in August despite the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act having come into effect at the end of June. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
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