USA—New Law Enters Effect Banning Imports Linked To Forced Labor In China

Human Rights Watch | 06/22/2022

A new U.S. law has entered effect that seeks to prevent imports from companies exploiting forced labor in China’s western Xinjiang region, reports Human Rights Watch (New York City). The Uighur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) entered effect on Tuesday. A week earlier, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued guidance requiring importers to map their supply chains to the raw material level to determine whether any products are made wholly or in part in Xinjiang or by entities...
 

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