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‘Don’t agree with everything done in every country’: Andrews fends off human rights concerns over Chinese train builder – The Age

The state government said on Monday it had sought assurances from the Chinese builder of Melbourne’s new train fleet that Uighurs are not part of its supply cha…

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Mr Andrews said he had not sought national security advice on the firm from the federal government and was confident the project was not benefiting from the work of China’s Muslim minority, more than a million of whom have been sent to “re-education” camps that have been likened to concentration camps by human rights groups.
“We don’t agree with everything that is done in every country around the world but ultimately we are about getting things done,” Mr Andrews said.
“We have sought assurance…

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