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In March 2020, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hong Kong began an inquiry into possible human rights abuses on humanitarian aid workers in Hong Kong. The APPG is a group of members of the UK Parliament who have a special interest in the region but it is not a formal committee of the UK Parliament. After the inquiry had started the new National Security Law was introduced but the report also considered the situation before the law was brought in and shows that the situation already getting worse. The introduction of the Law had what the report calls profound

"Addressing Forced Labor" is  a practical campaigning document from CSIS which sets out three steps that the world community can take in trying to influence China to change its policy and practice towards in the Uighur people. Leverage - companies that doing business with Chinese companies and state enterprises in the region can use those relationships to try change policy. Traceability of products, especially cotton and the new technology based industries being developed is a key to identifying those items that have been produced by forced Labour and refusing to trade in them. Diversification of supply, which is an increasing

PetroChina has climbed to a market high in the last month as its top three competitors - China Petroleum & Chemical, China National Offshore Oil Company, and CNPC - all fell on the week. This makes sense given the fact that PetroChina is well positioned to take advantage of any potential upside from China's economy when things start to pick up in the world's most populous nation in the coming months and years. The Chinese economy is expected to rebound significantly in the coming years as the global supply glut subsides and its demand for petroleum picks up. In this