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WASHINGTON DC — Chinese retail giant Temu, which recently overtook rival Shein in terms of sales to US consumers, has no system in place to prevent goods made with forced labour being sold on its platform, according to a US house select committee report.

The House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party has released the interim findings of its investigation into whether four companies - Shein, Temu, Adidas and Nike - were complying with the Uyghur Forced Labour Prevention Act (UFLPA).

It was concerned that Shein and Temu - whose packages evade inspection under the legislation because of their direct-to-consumer business model - were evading UFLPA which restricts imports from the Xinjiang region of China on the presumption they were made with forced labour.

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