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Tai Nam Industrial Co response

...Our management immediately carried out an internal investigation on our COC status. Although there is room for improvement, we found many of the allegations in the report to be false. A lot of the accusations are exaggerated. We certainly reject the term “sweatshop” to be applied to our factory.

Dongguan Jauntiway Toys Company Limited has participated in the ICTI CARE Process for many years, and we have been certified as Class A since 2013. In 2015, TUV Rheinland and UL Responsible Sourcing audited our factory in May and October respectively. Despite some minor issues, no serious violation was found. In addition, ICTI CARE Foundation visited our factory on 4th December. Again, no major problem was found...We will continue to strictly adhere to ICTI code of business practices...Jauntiway Toys are fully motivated to continuously improve our working environment and treat workers with respect.

As I mentioned above, ICTI CARE Foundation visited our factory on 4th December, and they will make an official response regarding “Dirty Toys Made in China”. As of this moment, they are still preparing for it...

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