How the US’ Xinjiang labour law has crippled China’s cotton industry before even entering effect

Even though the Uygur Forced Labour Prevention Act does not take effect until Tuesday, traders in China’s Xinjiang region say losses have been mounting for months, as buyers shun what was once prized as the world’s most expensive cotton.


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