Before updating its letter to suppliers, chip maker Intel Corp had asked partners not to use labour or products from Xinjiang, which caused an uproar in China. Photo: AP
Before updating its letter to suppliers, chip maker Intel Corp had asked partners not to use labour or products from Xinjiang, which caused an uproar in China. Photo: AP
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Intel removes reference to Xinjiang in annual letter to suppliers after Chinese backlash

  • US semiconductor giant Intel’s updated letter to suppliers posted on its website has deleted any mention of Xinjiang
  • Intel faced a public relations crisis in China when the letter was published in December, as it threatened to entangle the firm in human rights issues

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Before updating its letter to suppliers, chip maker Intel Corp had asked partners not to use labour or products from Xinjiang, which caused an uproar in China. Photo: AP
Before updating its letter to suppliers, chip maker Intel Corp had asked partners not to use labour or products from Xinjiang, which caused an uproar in China. Photo: AP
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