In our new white paper, UFLPA: From Enforcement to Evolution, we synthesize key learnings from the first year of UFLPA enforcement as well as trends and updates for businesses to consider while continuing to adapt to this new era of forced labor regulation.
The white paper includes:
+ Important data on CBP enforcement measures.
+ Updates on government guidance since UFLPA enforcement began.
+ Overview of CBP enforcement priorities, including transshipment and third country risk.
+ Broader trends in global forced labor policy.
The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (the UFLPA or the “Act”) bans the import of goods or commodities manufactured in whole or in part with forced labor from the People’s Republic of China. Since enforcement of the UFLPA began in June 2022, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has detained over $1.7 billion worth of goods suspected of containing inputs made with forced labor.