In 1993, executives were at Levi Strauss & Co., the world’s largest branded apparel manufacturers, to decide whether the company has a presence in China, as the human rights and other issues. The China Policy Group was asked to use the company “principled reasoning approach”, to make a recommendation for the company adopted new ethical values ​​and global sourcing guidelines.

In 1993, executives were at Levi Strauss & Co., the world’s largest branded apparel manufacturers, to decide whether the company has a presence in China, as the human rights and other issues. The China Policy Group was asked to use the company “principled reasoning approach”, to make a recommendation for the company adopted new ethical values ​​and global sourcing guidelines.
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Lynn Sharp Paine,
Jane Palley Katz
Source: Harvard Business School
29 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 29, 1994. Prod #: 395127-PDF-ENG
Levi Strauss & Co.: Global Sourcing (A) HBR case solution

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