China Will Continue to Pose Risks for Investors. Here’s What to Expect in 2021.

The legislation could impact everything imported into the US that is made in Xinjiang or in facilities with so-called pairing agreements where Uyghur workers are often moved between factories, says Anna Ashton, vice president of government affairs for the US-China Business Council. The impact would be far-reaching: The region is one of the world’s major producers of cotton, a major source of tomatoes, rare earth minerals and electronic components, as well as petrochemicals—with companies as diverse as textile and apparel makers, ketchup manufacturers and an array of technology companies potentially dealing with the fallout.