BMW, VW and JLR have been linked to forced labor programs in China by a congressional investigation, which discovered that the automakers were all using Chinese-made parts from a supplier on the U.S. government’s banned list.
The three firms all sold cars in the U.S. which use a LAN transformer communications component produced by Sichuan Jingweida Technology Group, also called JWD, a company claimed to have used forced labor in its production process.

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Congressional Investigation Claims BMW, VW And JLR Use Chinese Components Built With Slave Labor

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