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Century Miracle response to report by the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights

Author: Century Miracle, Published on: 9 February 2015

Allow us to go through the issue raised in the said report and to explain in details for the actual practices in factory.  As we really feel that the report did not give an accurate or even just description to reflect the real practices within the factory.  We really doubt that sufficient investigation has been done to draw such conclusions especially that the factory is part of the Better Work Program adopted by the Government of Jordan and the International Labor Organization (ILO) and has been since 2011 going under continuous announced and unannounced audits and none of the allegations raised in the report was found in the factory. The same thing in other reports issued by other international corporations that conducted social compliance audits on the factory like Intertek, Bureau Veritas and Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL)

Added to that the factory and its work staff are members in the General Trade Unions of Workers in Textile Garments and Clothing Industries Jordan whom also conduct audits and in direct contact with our workforce local and expatriates and never reported such allegations... 

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