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WASHINGTON DC - Cutting edge technologies such as DNA traceability and isotopic testing could be used by fashion companies to avoid falling foul of the new Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA).

The US Department of Homeland Securities (DHS) this week published its implementation strategy for UFLPA which aims to ban imports into the US from the Xinjiang region of China on the assumption they were made with forced labour.

The DHS implementation strategy reveals that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is assessing new technologies to identify and trace goods made with forced labour, to help meet the challenges posed by complex global supply chains.

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