Apple did not see forced labour in the factory of a Chinese supplier

Apple не увидела принудительного труда на фабрике китайского поставщика

Apple has studied working conditions at the plant one of its main suppliers, China O-film. Reported by the BBC. Recently this Corporation, the U.S. government has blacklisted.

O-film Group and another ten companies from China appeared in the list of the US due to human rights violations, which allegedly relate to the oppression of Muslims. Among the companies, which cooperate with the sanctions-Chinese suppliers, including Apple, Nike and Gap, plus about eighty brands.

Apple conducted its own investigation in respect of O-film. The American Corporation did not find evidence of coercion of workers to work and intends to continue to cooperate with this supplier.

O-film for Apple supplies camera modules from 2017 for iPad and iPhone. Also the factory will produce camera for iPhone line 12. In December 2017, one of the plants O-film called for Tim cook: he noted the high technical expertise and corporate culture.

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