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Company Response

Rolls-Royce response

Rolls-Royce is a pre-eminent engineering company...We do not design, manufacture or sell weapons systems...

It is our position that all employment should be freely chosen and appropriately rewarded. We refrain from using any form of forced, involuntary or debt bonded labour...

All employees of Rolls-Royce, our subsidiaries and controlled joint ventures, must comply with our Global Code of Conduct. This sets out the principles and behaviours to be followed...All employees are required to certify that they have received, read, understood and will comply with the requirements set out in the Global Code of Conduct and receive regular training to ensure understanding.

In addition we have a Global Human Rights policy that sets out our commitment to respect human rights through core labour standards...

We set similar standards for our suppliers through our Global Supplier Code of Conduct...

Compliance with our policies is assessed on a regular basis...

We have been explicit that we will not tolerate business misconduct of any sort...

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