Conflict minerals refer to metals and minerals such as gold (Au), tantalum (Ta), tungsten (W), tin (Sn), cobalt (Co), and mica (Mica).
Mines originating from conflict areas controlled by non-governmental military groups or illegal military factions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Illegal mining profits made by local military groups are stolen from citizens and result in human rights abuses and environmental degradation in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
RBA (Responsible Business Alliance; Responsible Business Alliance) pointed out that some metal minerals have become the main financial source for armed rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa.
It is used to trade arms, continue the bloody conflict with the government, and ravage local civilians, thus triggering international controversy.
• YSMCT will work with our customers to ensure that Yuan Xie Enterprise's products do not use the above-mentioned "conflict minerals".
1. Suppliers of YSMCT must fulfill their social and environmental responsibilities.
2. The company does not accept "conflict minerals" from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and surrounding countries and regions.