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Solar congestion at US Customs due to forced labor law

Following the introduction of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), solar products from Xinjiang are piling up at US customs. Modules with a capacity of more than three gigawatts have been delayed at the border by the agency since the end of June because importers have not yet been able to provide the necessary documents. According to UFLPA, importers are forced to prove that products from Xinjiang have been manufactured without forced labor in the value chain.

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