HONG KONG: Crystal Group sites win eco-factory status
By Leonie Barrie | 23 August 2012
Four manufacturing facilities operated by Hong Kong based Crystal Group, one of Asia's largest apparel manufacturers, have now gained eco-factory status under Marks & Spencer's Plan A ethical and sustainability programme.
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