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Dec 30,2021

The United States officially signed a bill to completely ban the import of Xinjiang products!

At the end of January 2021, the Trump administration announced a ban on all cotton and tomato products in Xinjiang. U.S. Customs and Border Protection estimated at the time that the U.S. imported about 9 billion U.S. dollars of cotton products from China in 2020.


On December 23, U.S. President Biden formally signed the "Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act," which meant that the United States passed legislation to interfere in China's internal affairs in disguise. This "ridiculous" bill shows that the United States is constantly suppressing China. If this bill is implemented, China’s Xinjiang cotton products, which will exceed 9 billion yuan, will be affected.


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On December 23, U.S. President Biden signed the so-called "Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act," using the so-called "forced labor" as an excuse to prohibit Shipping From China To USA from importing Xinjiang products.


The bill pointed out that the United States will prohibit the import of products imported from Xinjiang, including all or part of products mined, produced or manufactured in Xinjiang. The US government will also "through all available means" to lead the international community to ban the import of Xinjiang products, and focus on banning the import of Xinjiang tomatoes, cotton, and polysilicon.