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Forced Labor Reports in China’s Xinjiang Province Roil Garment Industry

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Mounting evidence of widespread forced labor in the garment supply chain as a result of the Chinese government’s efforts to “reeducate” Uyghurs (or Uighurs) and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang has prompted brands such as Cotton On and Target Australia to sever ties with cotton suppliers in the province, where more than 80 percent of…

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