WRO for Chinese Cotton Exporter

CBP has been issuing Withhold Release Orders (WRO’s) for Chinese products of both land and sea that the agency claims are made or caught with forced or prison labor. The agency’s most recent WRO could be the furthest reaching to date, instructing ports of entry to detain shipments containing cotton or cotton products from Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC). Importers increasingly should be aware of not just the manufacturers of their products, but of component suppliers contributing raw materials.

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WRO for Chinese Cotton Exporter

CBP has been issuing Withhold Release Orders (WRO’s) for Chinese products of both land and sea that the agency claims are made or caught with