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Apple response to The New York Times report, "In China, Human Costs are Built into iPad"

Apple is committed to driving the highest standards for social responsibility throughout our supply base. We require that our suppliers provide safe working conditions, treat workers with dignity and respect, and use environmentally responsible manufacturing processes wherever Apple products are made. Our suppliers must live up to Apple’s Supplier Code of Conduct as a condition of doing business with us. Drawing on internationally recognized standards, our Code lays out Apple’s expectations in the areas of labor and human rights, worker health and safety, the environmental impact, ethics, and management systems. We insist that our manufacturing partners follow this Code, and we make sure they do by conducting rigorous audits with the help of independent experts...We are always looking for ways to make our program even stronger and more transparent. Apple recently became the first technology company accepted by the Fair Labor Association (FLA)...Apple will also open its supply chain to the FLA’s independent auditing team, who will measure our suppliers’ performance against the FLA’s Workplace Code of Conduct and the results will appear on their website. It’s a level of transparency and independent oversight that is unmatched in our industry...

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"In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad".

historia 1 Feb 2012

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"In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad".