Jun 3, 2021
China accuses Western firms over 'harmful' kids' goods
China has accused several Western clothing brands of selling goods that could be harmful to children. In March, China targeted foreign clothes retailers as an international backlash grows over claims of abuses in the cotton-growing Xinjiang region. H&M, Zara, Nike and Gap have not yet responded to requests for comment from the BBC. The notice is the latest blow to Western clothing brands operating in China, which have been targeted amid an international backlash over claims of abuses in the cotton-growing Xinjiang region, home to the mostly Muslim Uighur minority group. In March, several Western countries imposed sanctions on officials in China over rights abuses against the mostly Muslim Uighur minority group. China has detained Uighurs at camps in the north-west region of Xinjiang, where allegations of torture, forced labour and sexual abuse have emerged.
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