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BEIJING – Fashion brands have been judged on their oversight of sustainability in their supply chains in the sixth annual Green Supply Chain CITI Evaluation rankings which have just been released by the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) in China.

Levi's came second among 439 companies across all sectors, behind only computer giant Dell, while fashion brands made up eight of the top ten with Adidas, C&A, Zara owners Inditex, H&M, Primark, Nike and Target all scoring highly.

However, it was not all good news with a number of top brands coming joint bottom of the list – including DKNY, Kappa, River Island, Pierre Cardin and Umbro – with a zero score, indicating they had not responded to concerns raised about factories in their textile supply chains.

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