(6) Credible information The term “credible information” includes all of the following: (A) Reports by the Department of State. (B) Reports of other Federal agencies, including the Department of Labor’s List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor and List of Products Produced by Forced Labor or Indentured Child Labor. (C) Documentation provided by a foreign country, including— (i) copies of relevant laws, regulations, and policies adopted or modified; and (ii) an official record of enforcement actions taken, judicial proceedings, training conducted, consultations conducted, programs and partnerships launched, and services provided. (D) Materials developed by civil society organizations. (E) Information from survivors of human trafficking, vulnerable persons, and whistleblowers. (F) All relevant media and academic reports that, in light of reason and common sense, are worthy of belief. (G) Information developed by multilateral institutions. (H) An assessment of the impact of the actions described in subparagraphs (A) through (I) of paragraph (5) on the prevalence of human trafficking in the country.