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WASHINGTON DC - Ultra fast fashion giant Shein has called on the US retail industry to work together to address a loophole which the company's critics have accused it of exploiting to evade the Uyghur Forced Labour Prevention Act (UFLPA).

US politicians behind UFLPA earlier this year wrote to the Department of Homeland Security raising fears that Shein and rivals, such as Temu, were abusing the 'de minimis' loophole.

Under the 'de minimis' exemption - laid out in Section 321 of the Tariff Act of 1930 - imports worth less than $800 are not checked by customs officers.

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