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US considering sanctions on China solar over forced labour in Xinjiang, says John Kerry

During a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing, lawmaker Michael McCaul asked Kerry about ensuring that the US' climate strategy wouldn't involve solar panels produced from forced labour.

Source:Energyword

?The Biden administration is considering sanctions over China’s use of forced labour in the production of solar panels, said United States Special Envoy on Climate, John Kerry.
During a?House Foreign Affairs Committee?hearing, lawmaker Michael McCaul asked Kerry about ensuring that the US’ climate strategy wouldn’t involve solar panels produced from forced labour.
Kerry acknowledged that importing solar panel from Xinjiang is a problem due to forced labour by Uyghurs in the region, Fox News reported.

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