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EMBARGOED! China Redux: What Could Be Lurking in the Supply Chain?


In this episode, Tim is joined by Kate Yin (Fangda Partners) and Miller & Chevalier's Richard Mojica and Virginia Newman* to discuss due diligence and other issues arising from the newly implemented Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. The group walks through the basics of the UFLPA, the challenges it creates for U.S. importers, the industries it targets for enforcement, and the rebuttable presumption for items traced to Xinjiang province.  The group then turns to identify concrete steps companies are taking to comply with the UFLPA, including how companies are conducting necessary due diligence while at the same time navigating challenges posed by Chinese Anti-Foreign Sanctions law. 

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EMBARGOED! is intelligent talk about sanctions, export controls, and all things international trade for trade nerds and normal human beings alike, hosted by Miller & Chevalier.  Each episode will feature deep thoughts and hot takes about the latest headline-grabbing developments in this area of the law, as well as some below-the-radar items to keep an eye on.  Subscribe for new bi-weekly episodes so you don't miss out: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon Music | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | YouTube

*Former Miller & Chevalier attorney