US adds 11 companies to economic blacklist over China’s treatment of Uighurs

US adds 11 companies to economic blacklist over China’s treatment of Uighurs

The US Commerce Dept. has blacklisted 11 more Chinese companies implicated in what it called human rights violations in connection with China’s treatment of the Uighurs. The companies include two government firms and textile companies. Blacklisted firms cannot buy components from US companies without government approval. Earlier, 37 Chinese entities were blacklisted over the same reasons.

Clara
Clara
Yash
Yash 2 weeks

The level of innocence China shows when countries react to its hidden propogandas, IP thefts, human rights violations, coercion, expansionism, bribery, corruption, meddling, spying, cyber attacks etc. is actually laughable. I mean what do u expect? NO country will EVER find out ANY of the things u do and react to it?😂 Basically China is built on a weak foundation. U can only use such tricks till the time other countries are''t feeling the effects of it. When their patience runs thin, the system starts breaking. I think tha''s why this is the beginning of the end for China. Because unlike other countries, there wo''t be change in party but the whole CCP dissolves in this case. Communism is done means China is done.

Ben
Ben 2 weeks

Did anyone run that by "The Con" Fat heads will roll

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