Washington’s warning to U.S. companies in Xinjiang hurt global supply chain: Chinese Commerce Ministry

On Tuesday, in a statement, China’s commerce ministry stated, a “warning” given by the United States’ to U.S. companies which are working in the western Xinjiang region has resulted in destabilizing the global supply chain.

Earlier this month, the U.S. State Department had told U.S. companies including Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Walmart Inc on the risks associated with maintaining supply chains in China’s Xinjiang given reports of gross violation of human rights, including concentration camps, although Beijing terms them as re-education camps, in the province.

According to China’s commerce ministry, the U.S. move had affected the global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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