The Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (BOCOG) said it will investigate and take action against any factory making Olympic merchandise using child labor. BOCOG released the comments after a report released Sunday by an international alliance of trade unions and non-governmental organizations said children as young as 12 are working in at at least four factories making Olympic bags, caps and stationary, the South China Morning Post reported. In a response to the report, BOCOG said it has strict policies for manufacturers of Olympic products which cover labour policies. "If BOCOG finds the licensees have violated national laws and relevant terms in the licensing agreement, BOCOG will deal with the issue seriously so as to maintain the image and reputation of the Beijing Olympic Games." Licenses could be revoked for factories that violate the agreements.