Geneva, Switzerland – Honda has been named the top ranking among global automobile and parts makers for ethical reputation, according to an annual report by Geneva-based Covalence. The report is based on data over 45 criteria, including labour standards, waste management, product social utility, and human rights policies.

The report monitors 18 sectors, including 550 companies classified as the largest market capitalizations in the Dow Jones World Index, and integrates thousands of documents found among media, companies, blogs, and other sources. No auto companies were ranked in the overall top ten, which were led by Intel Corp.

The top 30 in the automobiles and parts sector, by ranking, were:

1. Honda Motor
2. Nissan Motor
3. Toyota Motor
4. Ford Motor Company
5. BMW
6. Johnson Controls
7. Mazda Motor
8. Fiat
9. Denso Corporation
10. Peugeot SA
11. Kia Motors
12. Daimler
13. Michelin
14. Renault
15. Mitsubishi Motors
16. General Motors Corporation
17. Aisin Seiki
18. Hyundai Motor
19. Yahama Motor Company
20. Harley-Davidson
21. Volkswagen
22. Valeo
23. Suzuki Motor
24. Fuji Heavy Industries
25. Bridgestone
26. Magna International
28. Porsche
29. Genuine Parts Company
30. Continental AG

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