The UN Uyghur report called the situation in Xinjiang an international human rights crime. Who will be first to sue? And why are Vanguard and BlackRock allowed to invest in banned companies?
CPA Letter to Leaders of the House and Senate Regarding Inclusion of Provision Targeting Companies Complicit in Forced Labor
CPA sent the following letter to Majority Leader Schumer, Minority Leader McConnell, Speaker Pelosi, and Minority Leader McCarthy regarding CPA’s support of the inclusion of a House-passed provision targeting certain companies complicit in forced labor in the final conference report of the China competition bill Download the letter here. Dear Majority Leader Schumer, Minority Leader McConnell, Speaker Pelosi, and Minority Leader…
CPA FACT SHEET: Forced Labor in China An analysis of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act The problem. Since 2017, more than a million Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in China have been forced into a vast network of “re-education camps” in the far west region of Xinjiang. The U.S. State Department has assessed this as “genocide.”…
The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention law officially made “caring about the Uyghurs” top of mind for any business with a China supply chain.
A look at the three largest bills recently circulating in Washington, including the recently passed infrastructure law, and how they’ve gone soft on forced labor. The opportunity presented itself to take the issue more seriously than just another round of studies in each bill mentioned here.
At this week’s Trade Subcommittee hearing at House Ways & Means, talk of changing de minimis rules for goods bought on line; forced labor; and a few diehards bring up TPP.
A Boston Celtics player gets the NBA team in trouble in China. But Enes Kanter is showing companies what is truly at stake if they dare go against a CCP narrative.
A labor auditor in Shenzhen called Verite was raided and shut down in April. It’s another mark against those companies like Nike that believe auditing their factory floors in China won’t be that difficult. In many cases, it might not be allowed.
The State Department has declared a genocide in Xinjiang, China. What happens next?