A member of the Uygur American Association demonstrating in October in front of the White House in support of the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, which has been reintroduced in both chambers of the US Congress. Photo: AP A member of the Uygur American Association demonstrating in October in front of the White House in support of the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, which has been reintroduced in both chambers of the US Congress. Photo: AP
A member of the Uygur American Association demonstrating in October in front of the White House in support of the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, which has been reintroduced in both chambers of the US Congress. Photo: AP
Xinjiang

Bill to ban imports of all Xinjiang products reintroduced in the US House of Representatives

  • Legislation, now in both chambers, would prohibit import of any goods unless ‘convincing evidence’ shows forced labour was not involved in production
  • While White House support is unclear, Biden has pledged Beijing will face ‘repercussions’ for its actions in Xinjiang

Topic |   Xinjiang
A member of the Uygur American Association demonstrating in October in front of the White House in support of the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, which has been reintroduced in both chambers of the US Congress. Photo: AP A member of the Uygur American Association demonstrating in October in front of the White House in support of the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, which has been reintroduced in both chambers of the US Congress. Photo: AP
A member of the Uygur American Association demonstrating in October in front of the White House in support of the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, which has been reintroduced in both chambers of the US Congress. Photo: AP
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