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US ban on China’s Xinjiang cotton ‘would wreak havoc’, leading apparel group says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The head of a major apparel industry group told US lawmakers on Thursday that blanket import bans on cotton or other products from China’s Xinjiang region over forced labour concerns would “wreak havoc” on legitimate supply chains.Stephen Lamar, president of the American Apparel and Footwear Association, said his industry is working hard to root out products made with forced labour from its supply chains, but Xinjiang, where China has detained over 1 million Muslim Uygur, represents a unique…

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The head of a major apparel industry group told US lawmakers on Thursday that blanket import bans on cotton or other products from China’s Xinjiang region over forced labour concerns would “wreak havoc” on legitimate supply chains.Stephen Lamar, president of the American Apparel and Footwear Association, said his industry is working hard to root out products made with forced labour from its supply chains, but Xinjiang, where China has detained over 1 million Muslim Uygur, represents a unique…
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