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Greenpeace: Electronics Supply Chain Is Still Dirty

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FLYINGSCOT   11/21/2012 4:58:08 AM

I wonder how traceable the performance is for the larger companies that use subcons in China.  If Greenpeace is tracking everyone in the prodcution flow then the larger companies should be commended for a job well done.

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pocharle   11/20/2012 6:36:00 PM

No change really. Apple has been in to top spot for some time now...

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Nemos   11/20/2012 6:05:48 PM

Congratulations to Wipro, It is very pity to see large and successful companies to be in the last positions (RIM, Toshiba) also I was expecting to see Apple to be in No1 position (Apple is the wealthiest company now)

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