BANGLADESH: EU calls for better factory health and safety
By Siddique Islam | 21 January 2013
The European Parliament has asked Bangladeshi authorities to put in place health and safety measures to prevent a recurrence of the clothing factory fire last year that saw more than 111 people lose their lives.
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