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Company Response

6 Aug 2019

Author:
Wesfarmers

Response by Wesfarmers

...Target Australia take any breaches of our Ethical Sourcing Code very seriously, including any allegations of forced labour.  Following the recent reports of alleged forced labour at the Huafu Mill in Xinjiang, we conducted internal checks and identified that one Target direct supplier is using a small amount of cotton yarn from that mill. Target is conducting a review of the situation...

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