|안건/구분||참석의결권||참석률||(특수관계안을 제외한) 참석률||찬성||반대||기권||찬성률|
|제1호 의안 : 제45기 재무제표(이익잉여금 처분계산서 포함) 및 연결재무제표 승인||41,131,912||58.13%||34.45%||41,733,582||379,359||18,971||99.05%|
|제2호 의안 : 이사 선임||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2-1호 (김용균 후보)||42,131,912||58.13%||34.45%||90,790||4,553||-||99.77%|
|2-3호 (허강헌 후보)||42,133,254||58.13%||34.45%||107,233||-||-||99.75%|
> About Daeduck > Conflict minerals
Money generated by conflict minerals has been funneled into armed forces in the country, killing its own people, as well as damaging human rights such as child and forced labor and abuse of women in the mining process.
Amid mounting international concern, in 2010, the U.S. Congress enacted a Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that required reporting of the use of conflict minerals, and pursuant to Article 1502 above, companies listed on the U.S. stock market to investigate whether and where they were used, conduct due diligence on supply chains and report the results to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
In order to prevent conflict minerals associated with armed forces in conflict areas from being included in the supply chain for the production of their products, the company is asking its partners to investigate the status of use of conflict minerals, including the establishment of policies and procedures for the production of conflict minerals, and to establish a risk response process, so that they can be purchased through smelters free from conflict minerals.
DAEDUCK Electronics, along with its partners and customers, will actively participate in international efforts to ban the use of conflict minerals, thereby fulfilling its social responsibility to protect human rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries.