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US to ban cotton from China’s Xinjiang region over Uighur persecution

US to ban cotton from China’s Xinjiang region over Uighur persecution

The Trump administration announced that it will ban cotton and tomato imports from China’s Xinjiang province where Beijing has embarked on a large-scale campaign of persecution of the Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minorities. Officials said Customs and Border Protection will products suspected of being produced with forced labor to keep out cotton, tomatoes and related products from Xinjiang.

Glen 2 days

No problem, Bidens on the way and the CCP knows it. Chinese already owns him and the Demacratic Communist party.

Jellybean 2 days

This is the direct end result of NAFTA chasing almost the entire US textile industry to China, where it was subsidized by slave labor, the CCP and monetary manipulation for the last 30 years. Thanks Globalists.

PointlessUsername 2 days

Good. They're using Uyghur slaves to produce it in some places so if you are carrying those goods you are complicit in the use of concentration camps and slave labor.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 days

Biden will have those cotton-picking slaves working overtime soon enough.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra Yesterday

Relax. Biden will reverse it and those slaves will be back to picking cotton in no time.

Seekster 2 days

Good news. Deligitimize the CCP!

Mega Ded
Mega Ded 2 days

When I wrote this comment only one of five links refer to relevant articles. What?

Tommy Yesterday

I hate Trump but this is one of the rare moves I approve of from him. Good work!

happy Yesterday

I love how the left wing media doesn't even mention the Trump wanted this. Hopefully Biden won't reverse the decision when he gets in office to appease his CCP friend. Something needs to be done about these 380 Muslim concentration camps that they use for organ harvesting.

IIzard Yesterday

About time

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US to ban cotton from China’s Xinjiang region over Uighur persecution

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