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... After review, we do inform you that the "East West Group" and "Abonti Color Tex factories" aren't suppliers of the Casino group. As regards factory "Garib&Garib Company Limited", the Casino group maintains business relationships with the...
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Mango always gives the priority of worker well-being in the factories and with this aim Mango CSR department continuously monitor the compliance on Mango Code of Conduct through third party audits......
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At this moment we are further investigating this matter closely with our supplier, our local agency and other brands sourcing from this supplier. We can not accept violations of workers’ rights, as clearly described in our Code of Conduct.
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We have established that NEXT is engaged with all the factories you have advised, except Metro Garments....
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... we will not tolerate... abuse of human rights within our supply chains, and we will take seriously any allegations that Human Rights are not properly respected....
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