US blocking Chinese exports made by Uighur Muslims in forced labor camps

Department of Homeland Security officers at ports of entry nationwide are increasingly seeing items from Chinese companies that were made by children and adults forced to work against their will.

Customs and Border Protection cracked down on products made with forced labor last fall and has made several large seizures of violations by Chinese exporters from the Xinjiang region over the summer. The United Nations estimates 1 million Uighur Muslims have been detained in labor camps…

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