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Company Response

7 Oct 2020

Marriott responds to allegation of labour abuse by contractor in Lebanon

As stated in our Human Rights Policy, Marriott International acknowledges and respects the principles contained in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights...

Marriott’s commitment to responsible business practices and operations extends to our engagement with third party labour providers, vendors and suppliers. We encourage business partners to follow similar principles and hold their own suppliers and subcontractors to the same standards and practices...

With regard to Ramco’s treatment of workers in Lebanon, we can confirm that no Marriott International branded hotels in Lebanon have an active and direct contractual relationship with Ramco. We have requested and received confirmation of removal of our logos from Ramco’s website.

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