Data from China's Customs shows that the exports of companies registered in Xinjiang to the United States dropped to a historical low in December, with an annual contraction of 22.3% last year. This is likely a result of both the implementation of the U.S. Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and the broader technological decoupling between the two nations, as Xinjiang's exports to the rest of the world expanded during that period.

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