Cotton workers in Xinjiang, where allegations of human rights abuses have become one of the most contentious issues between the European Union and China. Photo: Xinhua
Cotton workers in Xinjiang, where allegations of human rights abuses have become one of the most contentious issues between the European Union and China. Photo: Xinhua

EU companies in China pay the price for Brussels stance on Xinjiang

  • Chamber of commerce chief Joerg Wuttke says companies will find it difficult to prove their supply chains are free of forced labour links
  • Beijing forum hears deepening ideological differences make dialogue between the two sides even more important

Cotton workers in Xinjiang, where allegations of human rights abuses have become one of the most contentious issues between the European Union and China. Photo: Xinhua
Cotton workers in Xinjiang, where allegations of human rights abuses have become one of the most contentious issues between the European Union and China. Photo: Xinhua
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