Electronic Vehicles are under chronic scrutiny by the Capitol. These vehicles are being examined by the United States government for having links to forced labor and Chinese Supply Chains. This report has been brought to us by Reuters.
How Did It All Work Previously?
There was already an existing import ban. This particular ban existed on the import of things like tomatoes, solar panels, and cotton clothes. The ban concerned the import of these materials was on Xinjiang province of China.
Now this import ban is being extended to materials like automobile raw materials, aluminum and steel, tires, and lithium-based batteries. They are facing detentions at the borders.
These increased measures are being exercised on auto assembly plants by the United States Customs and Border Protection. It could amount to a tricky road ahead for all automaking auto-making companies.
These companies will have to provide proof that these supply chains in the USA do not have links to the Xinjiang region, which is infamous for forcefully employing and persecuting the Uyghur Community in China. This particular group has been working under inhuman conditions with not even access to minimum pay or health benefits.
What Does China Have To Say?
China has been very diplomatic in its approach to the smarter and has denied any abuse going on in the nation. There have been a number of narratives recorded by journalists of how religious persecution has been rampant in that community.
“Waiting to Be Arrested at Night, by acclaimed poet and intellectual Tahir Hamut Izgil, is more than just a memoir. The book is ostensibly a story about Izgil’s life—from his time growing up in his native Xinjiang, the northwestern region of China where the predominantly Muslim Uyghur minority hails, to the Chinese government’s intensifying crackdowns on Uyghurs and, ultimately, his family’s harrowing attempts to flee the country before they too disappeared into Beijing’s so-called “reeducation camps.”
Yet it is also the story of the Uyghur people and the political, social, and cultural destruction of their homeland by the Chinese state.” – Source: TIME Media/News Company.
At has already slowed down solar energy projects, which have been delayed due to detained shipments in the United States warehouses. It has been well more than a year since the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act came into being.
At has already slowed down solar energy projects, which have been delayed due to detained shipments in the United States warehouses. Solar energy and electronic vehicles are facing critical circumstances under the Biden administration.
Effects On The 2024 Presidential Elections
Is this going to affect the Democratic Party’s attempt to win the 2024 election? We shall all wait and find out. Amongst these political tensions, the nation has also been engrossed in going through the possible trials of both Mr. Donald Trump and the First Son, Hunter Biden. Stay tuned to learn about the latest political and legal updates as the 2024 US Presidential election approaches!
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