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    Bangladesh Disaster Calls Attention to Worldwide Garment Industryi
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    May 03, 2013 10:31 PM
    The death toll from last week's collapse of a building housing garment factories in Bangladesh now stands at more than 500 and is expected to go higher. The disaster brings attention to the overall problems in garment factories in developing countries. VOA’s Deborah Block gives us a look at the economics of the industry.

    Bangladesh Disaster Calls Attention to Worldwide Garment Industry

    Published May 03, 2013

    The death toll from last week's collapse of a building housing garment factories in Bangladesh now stands at more than 500 and is expected to go higher. The disaster brings attention to the overall problems in garment factories in developing countries. VOA’s Deborah Block gives us a look at the economics of the industry.


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