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Company Response

29 Jul 2014

IKEA response

IKEA does not accept forced and bounded labor and...work actively to prevent it...work closely with suppliers to ensure that all..products are produced under good working and environmental conditions. All...suppliers must meet our IWAY code of conduct, which states that there should be No child labour...No forced or bonded labour...No discrimination...Freedom of association...At least minimum wages and overtime compensation...A safe and healthy work environment, preventing pollution to air, ground and water and work to reduce energy consumption 

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