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US News: USA-The House of Representatives adopts the Bill Prohibiting Products from the Xinjiang

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USA-China / Xinjiang - Congress: USA-The House of Representatives adopts the bill prohibiting products from the Xinjiang

Washington, 9 December (Reuters) - The US House of Representatives approved Wednesday a bill prohibiting imports from the Chinese Xinjiang region due to forced labor concerns.

The Chamber adopted the "law for the prevention of forced work of the Uyghours" by an overwhelming majority of 428 votes against one.

To enter into force, this law must be approved by the Senate before being signed by the US President Joe Biden. If adopted, this law would create a "presumption refraging" that all Xinjiang products are the result of forced labor.

A large part of the materials used in the manufacture of solar panels comes from Xinjiang.

The United States accuses China of genocide and crimes against humanity in the Xinjiang region, citing the detention of more than one million people, mainly from Muslim minorities, in forced labor camps. Beijing denies these accusations. (Patricia Zengerle report; French version Camille Raynaud)

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