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US Set to Issue WRO (Withhold Release Order) on Chinese Textile Products

September 10, 2020

The US Administration is set to publish a WRO in response to alleged forced labor practices in certain parts of China. Products covered by a WRO cannot enter the U.S. and importers of textile goods from China should immediately take steps to help ensure their products are not made with textiles manufactured in the area of China that is covered by the WRO. Details should be announced in the coming days, in the meantime the below article provides some useful information.

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