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Bridgestone response

Author: Bridgestone, Published on: 17 August 2016

As a Worldwide Olympic Partner and supporter of the Olympic Movement, Bridgestone believes the Games – particularly those in Brazil, a country where we have a proud 90 year history – represent an important opportunity for sport to serve as an agent of positive social change and legacy for host countries. Respectful expressions of freedom and preservation of human rights are critical to any active democracy, and are inherent in our company’s core values.  With regard to the Olympic Games, we trust in the actions of the IOC to uphold the Olympic Charter.

This is a response from the following companies: Bridgestone