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NXP response to Union rejoinder

We would like to reiterate that we stand by our earlier official statement, which aimed to correct false allegations, and misleading reports that have been coming out regarding NXP Semiconductors...We would like to put the issue into perspective and give the real score about the grave misconduct that led to our decision to dismiss a group of union leaders. The case of the 24 terminated employees is now pending before the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) and all the responses and evidence have been submitted by both parties. We respect the judicial procedures and are letting the wheels of justice proceed...This issue of dismissal occurred in the middle of negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement when union leaders encouraged workers not to report for work on three occasions that were national holidays...We have lways respected the union’s right to go on strike, but in the same token we also expect them to follow the required and agreed protocols.

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