BANGLADESH: C&A offers support to Tazreen fire victims
By Siddique Islam | 26 February 2013
International fashion retailer C&A is backing a project to provide recovery and rehabilitation assistance to victims of the Tazreen Fashion fire last November, where more than 112 workers lost their lives.
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