SPAIN: Inditex closes Bangladesh plant after BBC probe
By just-style.com | 24 June 2008
Spanish retail group Inditex has demanded the closure of an unnamed garment manufacturer in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka after revelations of poor working conditions there.
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