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China warns western brands not to engage in politics over Xinjiang

H&M, Burberry, Nike, Adidas and other Western brands have been hit by consumer boycotts in China since last week over comments about their sourcing of cotton in Xinjiang

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Xinjiang | China | Uighur Muslims

Reuters 



H&M outlets
The growing rift comes as the United States and other Western governments increase pressure on China over suspected human rights abuses in the region

Chinese officials said Sweden’s and other foreign companies should not make rash moves or step into after the companies raised concerns about forced labour in Xinjiang, sparking a furious online backlash and boycotts.

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First Published: Mon, March 29 2021. 22:38 IST

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