Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of New York/Newark inspect a shipment of imports from China, some of which are suspected to have been made with forced labour. Photo: Handout
Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of New York/Newark inspect a shipment of imports from China, some of which are suspected to have been made with forced labour. Photo: Handout

US House passes final version of China bill that bans all Xinjiang imports over forced labour

  • Senate and House members compromise on how quickly the import ban must be implemented after the legislation becomes law: 180 days
  • The bill creates a ‘rebuttable presumption’ that all goods sourced wholly or in part from the western Chinese region of Xinjiang are tainted with forced labour

Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of New York/Newark inspect a shipment of imports from China, some of which are suspected to have been made with forced labour. Photo: Handout
Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of New York/Newark inspect a shipment of imports from China, some of which are suspected to have been made with forced labour. Photo: Handout
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