Frustrations come to the fore over Bangladesh inspections
Both the Alliance and Accord have long expressed their concerns at the Bangladesh government's lack of engagement in the process of making garment factories safer and empowering workers. But recent comments from the country's finance minister appear to be pushing their frustrations to the fore.
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