BANGLADESH: Labour groups seek EUR3m for fire victims
By Petah Marian | 25 January 2013
Labour groups are seeking EUR3m (US$4m) in compensation for the families of victims killed in the Tazreen Fashion factory in Bangladesh last November.
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