Beijing says U.S. bans on Xinjiang imports damage global supply chains

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    Beijing has condemned new U.S. trade restrictions on Chinese products made in Xinjiang. The Trump administration issued the import bans on Monday, including on cotton, textiles and computer parts. It said the aim is to combat forced labor by detained Uygur Muslims in Xinjiang. China’s Foreign Ministry has rejected the allegation.

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