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Pakistan's Textile Industry Faces Challengesi
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Sharon Behn
October 17, 2012 4:20 PM
A fire last month that killed some 300 trapped workers at a garment factory in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi exposed serious flaws in the country’s industry regulations. In the wake of the tragedy, the owners of two other factories opened their doors to VOA correspondent Sharon Behn to talk about the challenges facing Pakistan's textile industry.

Pakistan's Textile Industry Faces Challenges

Sharon Behn

Published October 17, 2012

A fire last month that killed some 300 trapped workers at a garment factory in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi exposed serious flaws in the country’s industry regulations. In the wake of the tragedy, the owners of two other factories opened their doors to VOA correspondent Sharon Behn to talk about the challenges facing Pakistan's textile industry.


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