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Paris demonstrators demand EU ban products linked to Uighur slave labour

Paris demonstrators demand EU ban products linked to Uighur slave labour

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  1. Just tell them there won’t be new smartphones, TVs and computers for the next years and there won’t be protesters left.

    There used to be “consumer tests” where they went to family’s who agreed to have all products made in China or with parts made in China removed for a couple of weeks. Apart from books there was pretty much no entertainment stuff left.
    Lots of kitchen goods, washing machines, dryers all gone as well.

    Obviously knowing this from the beginning you can try to shop in way to avoid those products (but sometimes there aren’t any viable or affordable alternatives).

  2. EU does not and highly probably will not (at least in the near future) ban or use force on the companies uses slave labour or any kind of forced labour in the production chains. It’s sad but it’s the reality. There are said plans, that’ll highly probably come to nothing or used selectively and will discard supply chains.

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