Concerns over Bangladesh garment industry

Rights activists say safety measures are being ignored to keep manufacturing costs low for buyers.

    Business is booming for Bangladesh's multi-billion dollar garment industry.
     
    But rights activists say safety measures are being ignored to keep manufacturing costs low, and workers are at risk.
     
    Al Jazeeras Nicolas Haque reports from Savar.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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