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Company Response

15 Mar 2020


UNIQLO's response

UNIQLO production partners must commit to our strict company code of conduct, which covers human and worker rights. Additionally, we require all production partners to uphold the same standards set out in our code of conduct with any of their own upstream suppliers.

While we are aware of claims made in a recent report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), we do not have any business with the two factories linked to UNIQLO in the report. We can also confirm that no UNIQLO product is made in Xinjiang. In addition, through the company's factory monitoring program, which includes a hotline for workers to contact us directly, we have not learned of any of the issues raised in the report.