US House has passed a bill demanding sanctions on senior Chinese officials over the treatment of Uighur Muslim minority.
The Chinese state-owned tabloid The Global Times quoted experts as saying Beijing will take "strong countermeasures".
Hua Chunying, the foreign ministry spokesperson, said the move is a US attempt to "poison ethnic relations" while "smearing and slandering China's successful ethnic policy".
But China warns of a "propaganda war" led by the USA to use human rights as a tool to interfere in the country's domestic affairs. "Justice is coming. We will demand accountability-not only because it is the right thing to do, but because USA interests are threatened by China's high-tech authoritarianism", Smith said. "We must demand an end to these barbaric practices", Smith said, adding that Chinese officials must be held accountable for "crimes against humanity".
China's imports of United States farm goods fell in 2017 to $19.5 billion, before dropping sharply a year ago to just over $9 billion after Beijing imposed burdensome taxes on U.S. imports in retaliation for similar measures by Washington.
The House passed its version in a 407-1 vote Tuesday.
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Following a speech to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations, Cong said if the Senate or House of Commons adopts the motion, "It suddenly would be a very serious violation of Chinese domestic affairs under such pretext of human rights or democracy".
But the Chinese government has consistently denied any mistreatment of Uighurs and says the camps are providing vocational training.
U.S. pork exports to China and Hong Kong are already up 47 per cent in volume terms from January to September, even with high duties in place.
The United States is known for its notorious human rights violations, such as racial and gender discrimination, and a flood of guns.
It said the policy in Xinjiang was "about fighting violence, terrorism and separatism", adding that "thanks to those efforts, Xinjiang hasn't seen a single terrorist attack over the past three years". But sources familiar with the talks say the two sides are still wrangling over the details including whether existing United States tariffs on Chinese goods will be removed and how much in additional U.S. agricultural products China will buy.
Hours after the Uighur Act of 2019 passed the US House late Tuesday, the Chinese foreign ministry said the bill should not become law and issued an ominous warning: "For all wrong actions and words... the proper price must be paid".
Hua said the Chinese government and people are determined about safeguarding national sovereignty, and that the USA attempt to contain China's growth under the pretext of Xinjiang-related issues will never succeed.
In Xinjiang, people of all ethnic groups are equal and enjoy the same rights, regardless of the size of the group or different religious beliefs, according to a statement of the Standing Committee of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regional People's Congress, the local legislature.