Intel strikes Xinjiang reference from memo after backlash

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U.S. chipmaker Intel has deleted references to Xinjiang from an annual letter to suppliers. The company faced a backlash in China for asking suppliers to avoid the sanctions-hit region. The United States has accused China of widespread human rights abuses in Xinjiang, home to the country's predominantly Muslim Uyghurs.
11 months ago·Beijing, China

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Intel deletes reference to Xinjiang after backlash in China

BEIJING - U.S. chipmaker Intel has deleted references to Xinjiang from an annual letter to suppliers after the company faced a backlash in China for asking suppliers to avoid the sanctions-hit region. Last month, Intel was slammed on Chinese social media for a letter to suppliers published on its website. The Dec. 23 letter said Intel had been "required to ensure that its supply chain

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Intel deletes mention of Xinjiang in letter after China backlash

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11 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Intel takes out mention of Xinjiang in letter after China uproar

Semiconductor giant Intel Corp has removed any mention of Xinjiang from its annual letter to suppliers, weeks after the US company caused an uproar in China for asking its partners not to use labour or products from the autonomous region in the northwest of the country.Intel last month faced a public relations crisis in the world’s second-largest economy and biggest semiconductor market because of that letter, which threatened to entangle the co…

11 months ago·Hong Kong
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Intel strikes Xinjiang reference from memo after backlash

Intel has reportedly removed references in a letter to suppliers to Xinjiang, the region where the U.S.

11 months ago·Washington, United States
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Intel deletes reference to Xinjiang after backlash in China

BEIJING : U.S. chipmaker Intel has deleted references to Xinjiang from an annual letter to suppliers after the company faced a backlash in China for asking suppliers to avoid the sanctions-hit region.Last month, Intel was slammed on Chinese social media for a letter to suppliers published on its website.

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Intel deletes Xinjiang forced labor reference after China backlash

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger sought to defend his company's decision on Monday.

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