Mitigating Supply Chain Risks Related To Uighur Forced Labor

By Betsy Popken (November 23, 2020, 4:51 PM EST) -- U.S. lawmakers cannot agree on much these days, but one thing they can agree upon is that forced Uighur labor has no place in the supply chains of American companies.

While Beijing has long suppressed the cultural and religious practices of ethnic Uighurs,[1] in 2017 the Chinese government began detaining Uighurs in reeducation camps in China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, forcing them to work in factories and on farms.[2] Recent reports indicate that the Chinese government may even be engaged in the forced sterilization and birth control of the Uighur population.[3]

Human rights groups have sounded the alarm that forced Uighur...

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