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9 Sep 2022

LVMH Group responded

...The LVMH Group does not tolerate any form of abusive or illegal labor in its supply chain such as forced labor or human trafficking. This position is communicated in the Supplier Code of Conduct which all vendors are required to sign and adhere to. All forms of forced labor, slavery, servitude or trafficking in human beings by Suppliers is strictly prohibited. Each LVMH Group Maison therefore requires its suppliers to respect the ethical principles presented in its Supplier Code of Conduct and to ensure that their own suppliers and subcontractors do the same. Regular audits and remediation plans are conducted to ensure these rules are applied.

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