HONG KONG – One of the world’s biggest shirt-makers, Esquel Group, has resumed litigation to have its Xinjiang manufacturing unit removed from an American blacklist after it previously failed to reach an agreement with the US Commerce Department over the conditions under which the unit would be removed.
Esquel claims US Customs and Border Protection has already held and excluded from entry to the US “a large number of shipments” from its factories outside China in the past month, potentially forcing it to miss commitments to customers and causing “permanent economic and reputational damages.”
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