HONG KONG: Crystal Group sets out new sustainability goals
By Leonie Barrie | 8 June 2012
Hong Kong based Crystal Group, one of Asia's largest garment manufacturers, has set out new goals to improve the sustainability of its business and fashion supply chain - including a 10% reduction in fresh water consumption per garment.
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