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Aftermath of a fire that killed dozens in a Bangladesh clothing factory
REUTERS/Andrew Biraj — click to enlarge
Written by Ed Campbell
December 2, 2012 at 8:00 pm
Posted in Business, Crime, Economics
Tagged with Bangladesh, cheap, dead, factory fire, locked exits, outsourcing, runaway shop, Triangle Shirtwaist
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Reblogged this on robertsjohnson and commented:
Many factories in third world countries have horrible working conditions that result in devastating losses. It’s a shame that people lost their life to an expense of a commodity. Many employees of this factory work long hours throughout the night with little to no pay. These workers must take these jobs to support their families. It’s a vicious cycle that never seems to stop because the workers of the recent burnt down factory are now working at the factory down the street working in the same kind of conditions.
December 2, 2012 at 11:15 pm
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