1. Trade Minister Damien O'Connor warns parliamentary debate on Xinjiang 'genocide' would damage trade  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Jacinda Ardern, Judith Collins coy on question of genocide against Uighurs in China's Xinjiang ahead of caucus discussions  Newshub
  3. Ardern’s speech was not an attack on China, or even a shift away from Beijing  The Guardian
  4. Leaders of Labour and National voice caution over declaration of Uyghur 'genocide' in Xinjiang, China  New Zealand Herald
  5. Leaders of Labour and National voice caution, trade concerns over declaration of Uighur 'genocide' in Xinjiang, China  New Zealand Herald
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Trade Minister Damien O'Connor has warned a parliamentary debate on whether Beijing is committing genocide in Xinjiang would damage trade with China.Trade Minister Damien O'Connor has warned a parliamentary debate on whether Beijing is committing genocide in Xinjiang would damage trade with China.

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Her words might have sounded tough to a domestic audience but in fact they’ll go down fine in ChinaHer words might have sounded tough to a domestic audience but in fact they’ll go down fine in China

Ardern’s speech was not an attack on China, or even a shift away from Beijing | Bryce Edwards | The Guardian

The ACT Party has forced the issue by asking for a debate in Parliament.The ACT Party has forced the issue by asking for a debate in Parliament.

Jacinda Ardern, Judith Collins coy on question of genocide against Uighurs in China's Xinjiang ahead of caucus discussions | Newshub

Ardern says any decision would not undermine "grave concerns" over human rights abuses.Ardern says any decision would not undermine "grave concerns" over human rights abuses.

Leaders of Labour and National voice caution, trade concerns over declaration of Uighur 'genocide' in Xinjiang, China - NZ Herald

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Anta Sports, based in communist China, souces its cotton from the Xinjiang region, where Uyghur Muslims are used as forced labor.Anta Sports, based in communist China, souces its cotton from the Xinjiang region, where Uyghur Muslims are used as forced labor.

NBA In Business With Chinese Sneaker Company Reportedly Sourcing Materials From Uyghur Muslim Camps