How do Uygurs at a Xinjiang silicon factory see their working conditions?

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The Biden administration announced an import ban on products from five entities based in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region last June over what they claimed were “forced labor concerns.” A series of sanctions was followed by a bill to block imports from the region. CGTN visited one of the polysilicon factories in Xinjiang to learn more about the working conditions there.

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