Mining and trading from the Democratic Republic of Congo ("Golden") or neighboring countries ("Congo (Golden) Region") Coltan (from which tantalum metal ore is extracted), wolframite (from which tungsten is extracted from metal ore), tin (Metal ores extract tin), gold, cobalt, mica and their respective derivatives have funded further conflicts between armed groups, leading to serious violations of human rights and environmental degradation. Chapter 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("Conflict Minerals Act") requires: reporting to the US Securities and Exchange Commission of the company and the chain of custody of conflict minerals. The source of conflict minerals needs to be inquired and reported. The "no conflict" situation.
WUS fully supports this legislation, whose purpose is to minimize violence and environmental damage in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We will comply with all applicable obligations under the Conflict Minerals Law and conduct due diligence in accordance with OECD guidelines. WUS expects all suppliers to comply with the Conflict Minerals Law and provide all necessary declarations to use the RMI Conflict Minerals Report Template. These measures will join industry initiatives such as conflict-free smelter investigation procedures to ensure that tantalum, tungsten, tin, gold, cobalt, and mica are reasonably used in our products and only purchased from smelters/refineries that have been verified by an independent third party , The products provided will not directly or indirectly benefit armed groups that seriously violate human rights. Hushi will evaluate the supplier’s future business inconsistency with this policy.
WUS is committed to ethical standards in its business field and abides by applicable laws and regulations.