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21 Jun 2022

Liza LinFollow and Yoko Kubota, The Wall Street Journal (USA)

USA: Companies warn of shipment delays as Uyghur forced labour ban enters into force

"Firms Warn of Shipment Delays From China as U.S. Bans Xinjiang Imports" 21 June 2022

American businesses in China say they fear a U.S. law blocking most imports from China’s Xinjiang region that went into effect Tuesday might interrupt shipments and raise compliance costs, as uncertainty clouds how it will be enforced.

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act presumes that all items produced in China’s western region of Xinjiang, or by entities linked to the government there, are made with forced labor and blocks companies from importing such products. [...]

Part of the following timelines

China: 83 major brands implicated in report on forced labour of ethnic minorities from Xinjiang assigned to factories across provinces; Includes company responses

China: Mounting concerns over forced labour in Xinjiang

USA: Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act comes into effect