BANGLADESH: Union urges brand commitment to Rana Plaza fund
By Michelle Russell | 24 February 2014
Global unions and labour rights groups are calling for more brands to commit to the Rana Plaza compensation fund as the one year anniversary of the industrial disaster approaches.
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