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Sourcing Our Products - California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

Diodes Incorporated is committed to sourcing its products from vendors who have agreed to operate their supply chains in a socially responsible manner. In particular, Diodes Incorporated condemns the use of child labor, slavery and human trafficking.

Evaluation of Supply Chain

We are in the process of designing an action plan to evaluate and address the risk that our direct product supply chain is tainted by child labor, slavery and human trafficking, in light of the specific circumstances of our operations. We anticipate that this evaluation generally will be conducted by our own product sourcing experts and not by a third party.

Vendor Audits

It generally is a condition to doing business with Diodes Incorporated that each vendor agree to comply with the law of the countries in which they do business (including laws against child labor, slavery and human trafficking). In addition, we reserve the right to require each vendor periodically to acknowledge in writing its compliance with applicable laws relating to child labor, slavery and human trafficking.

We generally reserve the right to inspect vendors for to ensure accordance with Diodes’ corporate compliance and with all applicable laws, and to terminate any vendor who fails to comply with applicable laws or to cooperate in any such inspection, subject to the opportunity to cure the failure where appropriate. We intend to expand our vendor audits to include compliance with laws against child labor, slavery and human trafficking where appropriate. In general, we do not anticipate that we will audit vendor compliance using independent third parties or unannounced inspections.

Certification of Compliance with Laws

We generally reserve the right to require each vendor periodically to comply with the law of the countries in which they do business (including laws against child labor, slavery and human trafficking).

Accountability

We generally reserve the right to terminate any vendor who fails to comply with applicable laws relating to child labor, slavery and human trafficking or to cooperate in any inspection of its factories, subject to the opportunity to cure the failure where appropriate. In the event that we discover that an employee or vendor has failed to comply with applicable laws relating to child labor, slavery and human trafficking or to cooperate in any inspection of its factories, we will address such failure on a case-by-case basis in light of the specific circumstances, consistent with our commitment to source our products in a socially responsible manner.

Training

We are in the process of developing a program that will provide our employees who have direct responsibility for supply chain integrity and management with training on our policies regarding child labor, slavery and human trafficking, particularly with respect to mitigating the risk of human rights abuse within the product supply chain.

 

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