BANGLADESH: Labour groups urge end to worker repression
By just-style.com | 6 August 2010
Labour and human rights groups in the US, Canada and Europe have accused the Bangladeshi government of repressing clothing workers after it tried to crack down on labour rights advocates leading public protests for better pay.
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