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Ethical supply chain management: How retailers can ensure products are ethically sourced

To ensure that their products are ethically sourced, apparel companies are using codes of practise, tracing supply chains, auditing suppliers, and making improvements in working conditions. However, much remains to be done.

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The World’s Most Ethical Companies

This case study looks at the founding and activities of the Ethisphere Institute, how it compiles its annual World's Most Ethical Companies list, some companies that have been included every year, how they are ethical, and any unethical activity.

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Inditex: Global fashion powerhouse

Inditex is engaged in activities relating to textiles design, production and distribution. This case study analyzes the strategies the company has adopted to become one of the world’s leading fashion retailers.

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Company Profile

Nitto Boseki Co., Ltd.

Nitto Boseki Co., Ltd. (Nittobo or 'the company') is engaged in the manufacture of glass fiber products, environment, building materials, textiles, medical products, beverages and specialty chemicals. The company primarily operates in Japan. The company operates in Asia-Pacific, North America and Europe and other regions. It is headquartered in Tokyo and employed 2,530 people as on March 31, 2014.

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Toray Industries, Inc.

Toray Industries (Toray or 'the group') is engaged in manufacturing, processing and selling chemical products worldwide. The group primarily operates in Asia, North America and Europe. It is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, and employed 45,881 people as of March 31, 2014.

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Nisshinbo Holdings, Inc.

Nisshinbo Holdings Inc. (Nisshinbo or "the company") is a Japan-based holding company engaged in developing and manufacturing electronics, automobile brakes, textile products, paper, mechatronics, and chemicals. The company also operates real estate business. Nisshinbo operates in Japan, Asia, and other regions. It is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and employed 22,052 people as of March 31, 2014.

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