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28 Mär 2014

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AFP

Bangladesh factory disaster victims get first compensation [Bangladesh]

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Survivors and families of victims of Bangladesh's worst industrial disaster that killed more than 1,100 people last year began receiving compensation Friday, a senior union official said…British fashion clothing retailer Primark sent payments of $640 to survivors and victims' families, Roy Ramesh, a union leader who also belongs to a group coordinating compensation, told AFP…Other brands which had clothes being made at the factory complex are providing compensation through an ILO-backed trust fund…Primark has also paid nine months of salary to help families of the dead and those who survived the accident meet expenses while the Canadian group Loblaw has paid three months of wages, officials said…Primark…will pay $9-million to families of dead and injured workers who worked for its supplier New Wave Bottoms, one of the five factories based at the Plaza.

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