CBP warns forced labor could be used in these 5 products

January 24, 2020 FR EcoVadis FR


Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued five Withhold Release Orders (WRO) this week covering products it believes to be made either in whole or in part with the use of forced labor, according to an agency press release.
The orders cover clothing produced by Hetian Taida Apparel in Xinjiang, China; disposable rubber gloves produced in Malaysia by WRP Asia Pacific; gold mined in "artisanal small mines" (ASM) in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo; rough diamonds from the Marange Diamond Fields in Zimbabwe; and Bone black (a fine charcoal powder) manufactured in Brazil by Bonechar Carvão Ativado Do Brasil.


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