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September 29, 2010

COMMENT: Bangladesh working conditions still inadequate

More concerted efforts are needed to boost the rights of hundreds of thousands of workers in Bangladesh’s apparel industry, the vast majority women, who work long hours for very low wages in poor health and safety settings, an expert says.

More concerted efforts are needed to boost the rights of hundreds of thousands of workers in Bangladesh’s apparel industry, the vast majority women, who work long hours for very low wages in poor health and safety settings, an expert says.

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