US: New Nike index to rate suppliers on sustainability
By Leonie Barrie | 4 May 2012
Sporting goods giant Nike Inc has set out new labour and sustainability standards that will be used to choose and evaluate factories making its products around the world as part of a series of updated business and environmental goals.
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