BANGLADESH: European retailers in "sweatshop" claims
By Leonie Barrie | 15 March 2012
Clothing retailers in Europe, Australia and Canada have been accused of selling knitwear made in "prison-like conditions" by workers in Bangladesh who are paid as little as $0.16 an hour, a report claims.
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