BANGLADESH: Factory compensation talks fail to reach a deal
By Petah Marian | 13 September 2013
Eleven brands and retailers that sourced from the Tazreen Fashion and Rana Plaza factories in Bangladesh have failed to agree compensation payments for victims and survivors, despite taking part in high-level meetings this week.
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