Bloomberg Law
Jan. 14, 2021, 9:51 AM

China Criticizes U.S. Ban on Xinjiang Goods Over Forced Labor

Julia Fanzeres
Julia Fanzeres
Bloomberg News

The U.S. will bar entry of all cotton products and tomatoes from China’s Xinjiang region, a sweeping move that prompted protests from Beijing and fresh vows to defend its companies.

The U.S. ban is the latest in a series of actions where the U.S. is raising pressure on China over alleged ill-treatment of its ethnic Uighur Muslim minority. The U.S. says the Chinese government has detained more than 1 million Uighurs and other ethnic and religious minorities in “re-education” camps, allegations that Beijing denies.

The goods to be held at U.S. ports of entry include apparel, textiles, tomato seeds, canned ...

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