Resources on Managing Xinjiang Supply Chain Risk

Resources on Managing Xinjiang Supply Chain Risk
Insights 1 minute READ 07/13/2021

The U.S. government issued a Xinjiang Supply Chain Business Advisory on July 13, 2021, targeting a broad range of industries with supply chain and other exposure to Xinjiang, China. The advisory details the ongoing human rights abuses perpetrated by the Chinese government against Uyghur and other ethnic and religious minorities in Xinjiang, as well as the legal, financial, and reputational risks of doing business with entities engaged in those abuses.

We have a variety of free resources available to help compliance teams understand their exposure to and triage supply chain risk in Xinjiang. You can access these webinars, reports, and screening datasets of high-risk entities through our free Resource Center, or sign up for our newsletter to learn about new resources as we publish them.

Explore the resources below or reach out to learn how public data can help you tackle even the most difficult supply chain risk management challenges. 

Master Class (On-Demand Webinar)

Mapping Chinese State Owned Enterprises: the case of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC)

Screening Dataset

Dataset: High-Risk XPCC Entities for Enhanced Sanctions Compliance

Reports, Tip Sheets, and Analyses

How to Identify Forced Labor In Your Supply Chain

U.S. Import Restrictions on Xinjiang Cotton and Tomatoes Could Impact At Least 2,600 Chinese Firms

XPCC Ownership in Xinjiang’s Solar Industry Hidden by Complex Ownership Structures

U.S.-Sanctioned Xinjiang Paramilitary Has Over 800,000 Holdings Worldwide

Identifying the XPCC’s Highest-Risk Entities

Thousands of Chinese Manufacturers Raise Red Flags For Risk of Prison Labor

Public Records Highlight Global Network of Company Tied to Uyghur Forced Labor