Mitigating the Risk of Xinjiang Forced Labor in Global Supply Chains Using Public Data

06/28/22 3 minute read

Watch the recording of our master class on using public records to identify and mitigate Xinjiang forced labor risk so you can get shipments back on schedule.

Now that the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) is in full effect, U.S. importers face the daunting task of auditing their supply chains for inputs mined, produced, or manufactured wholly or in part in Xinjiang.

While identifying supply chain exposure to Xinjiang may seem extremely difficult or even impossible, there’s actually a lot you can do to mitigate supply chain risk using public data. And you don’t even have to step foot in China to do it.

In this master class, you will learn to:

  • Uncover hidden risk of Xinjiang forced labor using public data
  • Spot indicators of forced labor in public records
  • Compile a list of entities connected to those explicitly named in the UFLPA Strategy

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