, a company known for its secrecy, has published a list of its official supplier for the first time. Due to backlash from human rights groups, an Apple supplier responsibility page on the website of the company. Previously the site had featured only labor and human rights, occupational health and safety, environmental impact and the general ethics information. The company has updated the page, however, and it now also supply a list of more than 150 different companies, the parts for Apple products. The move is part of Apple's efforts, the continued concern over wages and working conditions in factories of its suppliers to address. "Apple prohibits practices that threaten the rights of workers - even if local laws permit such practices and traditions," Apple said on the website. "We have measures to stop excessive recruitment fees, prevented the recruitment of underage workers, and adopted the prohibition of discriminatory actions by our suppliers. And approved as the first technology company to the Fair Labor Association to be, is a new standard in transparency and oversight. "
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