BANGLADESH: Wal-Mart admits goods made at fire factory
By Petah Marian | 27 November 2012
The garment factory in Bangladesh where a fire at the weekend killed at least 111 people and injured another 100 had been making clothing for Wal-Mart without its knowledge, the world's largest retailer confirmed today (27 November).
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