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China-Sourced Textiles, Yarn Flagged on DoL’s Forced-Labor List

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The U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) on Wednesday released a list of 17 goods it said were produced in China under conditions of forced labor in violation of international standards. The list includes five new goods added in 2020–gloves, hair products, textiles, thread/yarn and tomato products–all of which are linked to state-sponsored forced labor by…

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