The U.S. will be bogged down by the “Lie Act” of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

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Original title: [International Sharp Review] The United States will be mired in the quagmire because of this “Lies Act”

On the 21st local time, the so-called “Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act” came into effect. The lie-filled bill claims to ban imports from China’s Xinjiang province unless “there is clear evidence that the product in question is not the product of forced labor.” This is the latest move by the US to smear the human rights situation in Xinjiang and weaponize human rights. The purpose is to suppress Xinjiang’s cotton, tomato, solar photovoltaic and other advantageous industries and curb China’s development. But it will find that this “sanction stick” eventually hits itself.

The so-called “forced labor” in Xinjiang is a big lie concocted by anti-China forces. Take cotton production as an example, in the process of cotton planting in Xinjiang, the comprehensive mechanization level in most areas exceeds 90%, and the planters in some places also use Beidou navigation and unmanned driving. Where does “forced labor” come from? Recently, some media reported that some of the products produced by the American sports brand Skechers in China were seized by the US customs. As a result, an independent investigation commissioned by Skechers showed that there was no evidence of “forced labor” in its partner companies in China. Some analysts pointed out that some people in the United States imagined today’s Xinjiang because of the black history of the 19th century when their own plantation owners forced black slaves to pick cotton. This is ridiculous!

In fact, American politicians don’t care about the real employment situation in Xinjiang. They are just fabricating lies under the guise of human rights to smear China. At the same time, they are taking advantage of Xinjiang’s industrial competitiveness and trying to exclude Xinjiang and even China from the global supply chain, so as to realize the so-called “Xinjiang dominates China”. A few days ago, the media revealed that US officials once admitted at an internal reception that using Xinjiang to hype “forced labor”, “genocide” and attack human rights issues is a “wrestling” and an “effective means”. The Chinese government is “completely mired in the quagmire”.

Is it possible for the US to achieve its goal? Some analysts believe that the implementation of this “Lie Act” will disrupt the international trade order and undermine the stability of the global industrial chain and supply chain, and some export-oriented enterprises in Xinjiang may be affected by this. But it is impossible for the US to contain China’s development from an economic perspective.

Take Xinjiang cotton as an example. On the one hand, China’s own textile industry is developed, and the demand for cotton is large. In 2021, cotton imports will reach 2.342 million tons, which shows that China has a large enough market; Local businesses signed long-term contracts. More importantly, Xinjiang has always insisted on opening to the outside world. In the first five months of this year, Xinjiang’s foreign trade import and export value totaled 67.41 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 30.9%.

It can be seen that the huge demand of the Chinese market and the world market will definitely give Xinjiang enterprises room to move. If the United States closes the door, it cannot destroy the competitiveness of Xinjiang products.

On the other hand, the United States itself is likely to be “deeply mired in the mire” because of this lie bill. American brands and retailers import more than 1.5 billion garments using Xinjiang fabrics each year, worth more than $20 billion, according to estimates by the American Workers’ Rights Association. The “Politician” website believes that after the bill is implemented, retailers and manufacturers in the United States will be thrown into chaos. Some analysts pointed out that the US apparel industry will be hit hard.

In addition, Xinjiang is also the world’s most important production base for polysilicon, the basic material for the photovoltaic industry. U.S. Trade Representative Dai Qi acknowledged that the U.S. relies on China for 85 percent of its solar panel production. Fortune expects the U.S. government will find the supply chain issues it is trying to solve face new challenges in the coming months under the Xinjiang-targeted bill.

And all these costs will ultimately be paid by American consumers. Currently, the American people are experiencing the highest inflation in 40 years. The average U.S. household needs about $460 extra per month compared to previous years, according to calculations by analysts at Moody’s. If the U.S. government goes its own way and excludes high-quality and affordable Xinjiang cotton, polysilicon and other products from the supply chain, American consumers will have more slumped wallets, more resentment, and more political losses from American politicians.

It can be seen that the U.S. implemented this “lie act” against Xinjiang to harm both others and itself. China will definitely take effective measures to firmly safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises and citizens, and maintain the stability of the global industrial chain and supply chain. Those who started the “Lies Act” will pay dearly for it. (International Sharp Review Commentator)

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American devils are ghosts, ghosts, skeptics, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts, ghosts and ghosts all day long. .
It doesn’t need to be true, it’s just nonsense, this is the nature of the United States
Ling Shuquan
American devils are good at making lies and then using them to attack their opponents
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Regardless of how much damage is done to the United States, I am more concerned about how to deal more and harder blows to U.S. imperialism.

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