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18 Aug 2013

Editorial, New York Times

Bangladesh’s Workers Deserve Better [Bangladesh]

Four months after a building collapse killed more than 1,100 factory workers in Bangladesh, their families are still waiting for adequate — and in some cases, any — compensation…The money was supposed to come from the government and from private donations by, among others, the factory owners...But the government has yet to distribute most of that money…many of the remaining families have not received any aid at all because the government has not moved fast enough to identify nearly 300 bodies…So far, with the exception of the British retailer Primark, they have not provided any compensation