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Winter Olympics: Snowboard company Burton defends working in Xinjiang

Despite allegations of genocide against ethnic Muslims in Xinjiang, China, many foreign firms are hoping to make the most of the winter sports boom that’s expected there from the Winter Olympics next month.

Watch our interview with Craig Smith, chief executive of snowboarding firm Burton China, as he defends operating in the region.

More on this story: China sells Xinjiang as a winter sports hub

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