HONG KONG: Sourcing specialist Connor wins ethical accolade
By Leonie Barrie | 16 April 2012
Hong Kong based sourcing specialist William E Connor & Associates has been named as one of world's most ethical companies by a US business ethics think-tank - an accolade that marks a first in sourcing and in Asia.
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