Blacklisting of Chinese Firms Rattles American Supply Chains

Nanchang OFilm, one of the Chinese suppliers employing Uighurs under highly-restricted labor conditions. Photo: Ng Han Guan/Associated Press

“Many of the corporates added to the list [of Chinese firms linked to Uighur human rights abuses] are suppliers and contractors providing garments and basic goods, and they can be replaced by other manufacturers elsewhere in Asia,” said Tractus Executive Director Dennis J. Meseroll for The Wall Street Journal article “Blacklisting of Chinese Firms Rattles American Supply Chains.” “From a reputational perspective, these firms are now tainted meat. The major brands will have little if anything to do with them. They will find alternative suppliers to work with.”

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