Supply Chain CSR Promotion Guidelines

4. Compliance with trade-related laws and regulations

Comply with trade-related laws and regulations of each country and region, and under no circumstances get involved in dealings that risk endangering world peace and safety and the maintenance of world order.

Specific Guidelines

  1. Ensure that Transactions Do Not Undermine Security
    1. Observe the Security Export Control Regulations and U.S. overseas application of the U.S. Export Administration Regulations governing trade laws from a standpoint of support for non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, deterrence to the excessive buildup of conventional weapons, and absolute avoidance of any possible involvement in or assistance to terrorist activities.
    2. Sufficiently verify the user and intended use of transactions involving exports by being attentive to the international situation and do not engage in any trade that conflicts with your company’s social responsibility.
    3. Formulate clear in-house policies for secure export control, and abide by these policies to ensure thorough export control.
  2. Observe Other Trade Control Laws and Regulations
    Besides ensuring secure export control as mentioned above, observe all related laws and regulations that concern the importing or exporting of products (or parts), including Japan’s Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law and the Custom’s Law.
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