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The Case for Western Companies to Leave China

This photo taken on June 4, 2019 shows the Chinese flag flying over the Juma mosque in the restored old city area of Kashgar, in China's western Xinjiang region. (Greg Baker/Getty Images)

By    |   Thursday, 11 March 2021 10:34 AM

There’s a growing call for firms that do business in China to pull out, primarily because of its human rights violations against the Uighur population in China’s Xinjiang province.

American Enterprise Institute fellow Elisabeth Braw argued in Foreign Policy last month that despite the increased costs of manufacturing goods elsewhere, Western companies should nonetheless leave in order to protect their own brand reputation.

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There's a growing call for firms that do business in China to pull out, primarily because of its human rights violations against the Uighur population in China's Xinjiang province. American Enterprise Institute fellow Elisabeth Braw argued in Foreign Policy last month that...
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