Viewpoint: Bangladesh factory fire highlights need for change
By Leonie Barrie | 26 November 2012
It is almost two years to the day since 29 people perished in a fire at a garment factory in Bangladesh - and it would appear that little has been done in the intervening period to tackle the industry's safety issues.
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