Analysis: Tough questions raised by disaster in Bangladesh

Survivors of the Rana Plaza collapse used the fabric they were working with as an escape chute to get clear of the rubble

The collapse of a building housing suppliers of well-known retailers has ignited debate about the responsibilities of businesses working with firms in developing countries.


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