Respuesta de Ikea sobre alegatos de mano de obra de prisioneros

Ikea investiga acusaciones de mano de obra

¿Ikea usó mano de obra de prisioneros?

¿Ikea usó mano de obra de prisioneros?

Un diario alemán alega que el gigante de muebles empleo en los años 80 mano de obra e...

Un diario alemán alega que el gigante de muebles empleo en los años 80 mano de obra e...

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Un diario alemán alega que el gigante de muebles empleo en los años 80 mano de obra esclava de cubanos.
05/03/12 | 00:40 Disponible hasta 05/03/12
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Un reportaje en una publicación alemana alega mano de obra de prisioneros cubanos y alemanes empleada por IKEA. Aquí la respuesta de IKEA sin editar en inglés:

"IKEA products must be manufactured under acceptable working conditions and since 2000 we have a very strong code of conduct for suppliers (IWAY) in place to ensure this. This includes a zero tolerance of any form of forced or bonded labour. Even prior to our IWAY the use of political prisoners in production was unacceptable to IKEA. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung article refers to events that supposedly took place around 25 years ago and we will look deeper into this as part of the ongoing investigation in GDR.  

IKEA has had no long term business relations with any supplier in Cuba. As far as we know there have only been occasional test purchases of a limited amount of products from suppliers in Cuba in the late 80s.                                                                                                                      

Since last fall an internal investigation is ongoing to give us a more complete picture of our purchase practices in former East Germany, GDR, during the 70s - and 80s. We take the allegations very seriously. We are now accelerating this investigation and also take in external expertise. Before the investigation is complete we will not speculate on the outcome. 

We have today one of the world’s most progressive and respected supplier code of conducts stating our requirements on fair working conditions. We believe that good working conditions are key to reaching good results both for us and our suppliers."