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Réponse de l'entreprise

Response by IKEA

...We are not aware of any forced labour among our sub suppliers in China and under no circumstance do we accept any form of forced labour in the IKEA value chain...Today, we don’t have any direct IKEA suppliers in Xinjiang but we do have a few sub suppliers in that region and about 15% of our total need for cotton fibre originates from China, Xinjiang region. The cotton is sourced according to...Better Cotton Initiative...

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