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ÏDGROUP's response

...  we will not tolerate... abuse of human rights within our supply chains, and we will take seriously any allegations that Human Rights are not properly respected.

Concerning the incidents you’re describing, ÏDGROUP condemns unfair dismissals related to protests over wage increases.

We would like to point out, however, that the “Mapped in Bangladesh” platform which prompted you to ask us about this issue has published false information about ÏDGROUP. We don’t work, or don’t work anymore, with the 3 factories having quoted us among their customers:

• Abanti factory, since the winter of 2018 collection,

• Garib & Garib since March 2017

• East West Group factory since August 2016.

We are currently working with the organization behind this platform (BRAC University and BRAC) to correct the false information. We share your point of view about the importance of transparent information about the factories we work with...

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