A woman wearing a mask is pictured at a Walmart grocery store in Beijing. In a statement on its website, China’s CCDI accused Sam’s Club of boycotting Xinjiang products. Photo: AP
A woman wearing a mask is pictured at a Walmart grocery store in Beijing. In a statement on its website, China’s CCDI accused Sam’s Club of boycotting Xinjiang products. Photo: AP
Xinjiang

China’s corruption agency warns Walmart and Sam’s Club over Xinjiang products

  • Social media users in China claim Sam’s Club withdrew Xinjiang-sourced products
  • Central Commission for Discipline Inspection says retailer’s apparent move ‘reveals stupidity and short-sightedness’

Topic |   Xinjiang
A woman wearing a mask is pictured at a Walmart grocery store in Beijing. In a statement on its website, China’s CCDI accused Sam’s Club of boycotting Xinjiang products. Photo: AP
A woman wearing a mask is pictured at a Walmart grocery store in Beijing. In a statement on its website, China’s CCDI accused Sam’s Club of boycotting Xinjiang products. Photo: AP
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