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Conflict Mineral letter

Conflict Mineral letter


Foryou Conflict Mineral letter

To our valued supplier partners:

In 2012,the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted the final rules to implementthe reporting and disclosure requirements concerning Conflict Minerals。Foryouis subject to the SEC Conflict Minerals rules.

To move closer to the goal of ending human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which are widely understood to be funded by the illegal trade of conflict minerals, it’s appreciated that each supplier respond to our survey regarding the use and sourcing of tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold, cobalt, etc. (3TG).

Once Foryou requires, each supplier should return a newest EICC/GeSI Conflict Minerals Reporting Template to Foryou. No other forms of response will be accepted.

Any supplier who may have tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold, cobalt, etc. in its product and/or supply chain must make a similar inquiry to its supply chain and obtain a list of the smelters processing these metals.

We appreciate your immediate attention to this matter.


Important Definitions:

Conflict Minerals: Any amount of tin, tantalum, tungsten,gold, cobalt, etc., regardless of where it is mined. The term “conflict minerals,” by itself, does not necessarily mean that the metals are supporting armed conflict in the DRC or Covered Countries. The objective is to determine if the “conflict minerals” in our products are or are not supporting armed conflict in the DRC or Covered Countries. (Example: Tin that originates from a mine in the United States of America is considered a conflict mineral).

Online Reference Materials:

1) Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG): Corporate Responsibility –

2) EICC/GeSI Conflict Mineral Reporting Template (version 3.x) –

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