The US House of Representatives has reintroduced sweeping legislation that would ban the import of all goods sourced in China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, over concerns of widespread, state-backed forced labour there.Lawmakers filed the bill, the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act, on Thursday, almost five months after the House approved a previous version in a near-unanimous vote. That legislation, which had broad bipartisan support, was wiped from the docket after it failed to move…



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