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“Forced labor”is a fabricated story

Recently, certain international media reported alleged forced Uyghur labor in Chinese aquatic product processing plants, citing information from a report by The Outlaw Ocean Project. The report, without any factual basis, speculates that employing Uyghur workers is equivalent to forced labor and encourages companies in the U.S. and E.U. to boycott seafoods from related Chinese processing plants which have been falsely alleged. This is highly irresponsible!The continuous spread of the news has resulted in some buyers ceasing shipments from Chinese processing plants. This not only directly jeopardizes the normal operation of Chinese processing plants, affecting the interests of partners, but also severely disrupts the global seafood supply chain. The China aquatic products processing industry is closely monitoring the situation and has conducted prompt investigations into the Chin…

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