Chinese boycott calls against foreign companies have resulted in the first concessions. The Japanese fashion chain Muji has announced that it will not do without cotton from Xinjiang in its textile production in the future. Muji’s parent company Ryohin Keikaku announced in a statement to the state-run Chinese daily Global Times. A handful of other companies, such as Spanish manufacturer Zara, withdrew their critical statements on the allegations of forced labor in Xinjiang from their websites.
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