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[PDF] full report: "Transparency Report - How Hong Kong Garment Companies Can Improve Public Reporting of their Labour Standards"

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong, Published on: 1 November 2006

Each company was evaluated against a total of 19 criteria spread among five categories...governance and risk management, code of conduct, stakeholder engagement, management, auditing and reporting.
[16 garment companies surveyed (with total score out of 100 in brackets) were: Giordano International (10), Esprit Holdings Limited (10), PMTD Limited (4), Moiselle International Holdings (3), Texiwinca Holdings (0), Bossini International Holdings (0), Heroic Rendezvous (0), Young Grace International (0), I.T Limited (0), Veeko International Holdings (0), Lai Sun Garment (0), Goldlion Holdings (0), G2000 (Apparel) (0), Chickeeduck (0), U-Right International (0), Fashion Community Kitterick (0)]
[Scores of retailers and brands selling clothes in the Canadian market were: Levi Strauss & Co (71); Nike (69); Gap (68); Liz Claiborne (58); Mountain Equipment Cooperative (58); Hudson’s Bay Company (37); Wal-Mart (30); American Eagle Outfitters (29); Winners (29); Roots (24); La Senza (22); Mark’s Work Wearhouse (Canadian Tire) (21); Northern Group (5); Sears Canada (5). Companies that score 0 on all criteria: Forzani Group, Le Chateau, Polo Ralph Lauren, Reitmans, Boutique Jacob, Giant Tiger, Grafton-Fraser, Harry Rosen, International Clothiers, Tristan and America, YM.]
...One notable new development in April 2005 was that Nike disclosed the names and addresses of all factories producing items for the Nike brand. Since then, Levi Strauss & Co, Reebok, Puma and Timberland have followed suit by also disclosing their global supply chains.

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Related companies: American Eagle Outfitters Bossini Chickeeduck Esprit G2000 Gap Goldlion Hudson's Bay Liz Claiborne (part of J.C. Penney) Polo Ralph Lauren Puma Reebok (part of adidas) Reitmans Sears Timberland (part of VF Corp) Walmart