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Respuesta de la empresa

LPP Spółka Akcyjna's response

While developing our business, we are becoming the organisation that  is more and more mature and conscious. We also want  to be a reliable and responsible partner for those around us. In 2017, LPP adopted the Sustainable Development Strategy for the years 2017-2019, which makes it clear that the control of the supply chain and care for the rights of the staff of LPP and our suppliers are our key priorities. That is why we have our auditors and in-house specialist (38 people) monitoring situation in Bangladesh every day.  Additionally, we were concerned about strikes that took place since the end of last year and were pleased with both decisions of the government on wage increases.

With our best knowledge at the day 29/03/2019 none of our suppliers’ workers were dismissed or discriminate in relation to previous strikes. We are still closely monitoring the situation in Bangladesh.

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