Police detain a protester after a Chinese flag was removed from a flagpole at a rally in support of Xinjiang Uygurs’ human rights in Hong Kong last year. Photo: Reuters Police detain a protester after a Chinese flag was removed from a flagpole at a rally in support of Xinjiang Uygurs’ human rights in Hong Kong last year. Photo: Reuters
Police detain a protester after a Chinese flag was removed from a flagpole at a rally in support of Xinjiang Uygurs’ human rights in Hong Kong last year. Photo: Reuters

US delays human rights sanctions targeting Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps

  • American companies had originally been given until September 30 to stop doing business with the XPCC; they will now have until November 30
  • Treasury Department also issues clarification related to sanctions on certain Hong Kong government officials

Topic |   US-China relations
Police detain a protester after a Chinese flag was removed from a flagpole at a rally in support of Xinjiang Uygurs’ human rights in Hong Kong last year. Photo: Reuters Police detain a protester after a Chinese flag was removed from a flagpole at a rally in support of Xinjiang Uygurs’ human rights in Hong Kong last year. Photo: Reuters
Police detain a protester after a Chinese flag was removed from a flagpole at a rally in support of Xinjiang Uygurs’ human rights in Hong Kong last year. Photo: Reuters
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