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Car Industry Linked to Forced Labor in Xinjiang

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image A worker moves aluminum auto parts in central China's Anhui province, March 26, 2022 © WAN SC A new report links the world’s biggest car companies to Chinese government forced labor in the northwest Xinjiang region. The new research, by Sheffield Hallam University’s Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice and NomoGaia, a nongovernmental organization, details Xinjiang’s role in the production of metals critical to auto manufacturing, including aluminum, steel, and copper, as well as the region’s manufacturing of batteries, tires, and other car parts. The report…


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