The Trump administration has placed new prohibitions on importations from some Chinese companies of clothing, hair products and technology products alleging that they are using forceful labor to manufacture their items in Xinjiang region. These restrictions allow US customs officers to detain and potentially kill products put in Xinjiang by the designated companies or entities.
Customs and border protection have declared rejection orders for all goods manufactured with the labor of the Lop County No. 4 Center for Training and Education of Competence in Xinjiang, which provides prison work for nearby manufacturing organizations. These orders restrict the hair product manufacture of Lop County Hair Product Industrial Park, the cotton manufactured by Yili Zhuowan Kind Manufacturer Company, and the computational components manufactured by Hefei Bitland Information Technology Company. The order shall also be limited to the hair products manufactured at Lop County Hair Product Industrial Park. In compliance with the withholding order, importers may carry their products into the US if they can provide customs proof that the goods are not forced labor.