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Company Response

Daewoo International's response

First of all, we, Daewoo International Corporation fully understand that the Uzbek forced labor issue must be solved as soon as possible without reference to adult or child. Because Daewoo International Corporation, having interests of local company operating the textile business cannot be free from this issue and, will continue to deal with the Uzbek forced labor issue until it disappear perfectly...We would like to explain how Daewoo’s two Uzbek textile companies...having dealt with this issue. Daewoo Textiles have also being interested in this issue and considerably tried to solve it. Daewoo Textile have consistently suggested the change in the policy of forced child labor toward Cabinet of Ministries of Uzbekistan (Uzbekengelsanoat) since the issue of Uzbek forced child labor was brought up in 2005.

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