Bangladesh Garment Industry
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Reports, news and analysis about trade Union Rights, Occupational Health and Safety and Working Conditions (salary, holidays, day-off, rest period, social security, maternity leave etc.) in the garment manufacturing industry in Bangladesh and in Asia.
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ILO to inspect Bangladesh garment factories, check workers' safety - Reuters

ILO to inspect Bangladesh garment factories, check workers' safety - Reuters | Bangladesh Garment Industry | Scoop.it
“ILO to inspect Bangladesh garment factories, check workers' safety Reuters NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The International Labour Organisation (ILO) is launching a $25 million project to improve safety conditions for workers in...”
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As workers continue to die in unsafe factories, the industry keeps booming - The Economist

As workers continue to die in unsafe factories, the industry keeps booming - The Economist | Bangladesh Garment Industry | Scoop.it
“The Guardian As workers continue to die in unsafe factories, the industry keeps booming The Economist Such is the growth in demand for cheap wear that Bangladesh's clothing industry is forecast to quadruple in size over the next 20 years.”
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Academic calls for increased minimum wage for Bangladeshi garment workers - The Northern Echo

Academic calls for increased minimum wage for Bangladeshi garment workers - The Northern Echo | Bangladesh Garment Industry | Scoop.it
“The Northern Echo Academic calls for increased minimum wage for Bangladeshi garment workers The Northern Echo But Professor Doug Miller, an expert in the rights of fashion workers who is based at Northumbria University, believes that Bangladeshi...”
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Six months after Bangladeshi factory collapse, workers remain in peril

Six months after Bangladeshi factory collapse, workers remain in peril | Bangladesh Garment Industry | Scoop.it
“Six months after more than 1,000 people died in Bangladesh's worst factory incident, not much has changed.”
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