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Company Response

17 Mar 2020

PVH Corp

PVH's response

We are deeply troubled by the reports of mistreatment and coercive labor practices involving Uighur and other minorities inside and outside Xinjiang Province... While our suppliers have assured us that no violations exist within their business operations, we take seriously recent reports on the issue.

This situation is extremely complex... We continue to assess how to leverage our networks most effectively and work with our partners to uphold international labor standards given the current situation in the region... PVH is also collaborating with industry associations including American Apparel & Footwear Association... [RILA, NRF, USFIA and FDRA]... PVH and its affiliated brands are in full support of the views expressed in the Joint Statement issued by these associations.

PVH takes its role in addressing this issue seriously and will continue to work with industry partners, civil society and government on this matter. 

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