BANGLADESH: "Business as usual" will be bad for exports
The US Ambassador to Bangladesh has warned apparel buyers and manufacturers that a return to "business as usual" after the factory fire that killed more than 110 people at the end of last month "could seriously jeopardise the future of Bangladesh's ready-made garment industry."
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