Rescuers at the collapsed Rana Plaza building in 2013. Photo: EPARescuers at the collapsed Rana Plaza building in 2013. Photo: EPA
Rescuers at the collapsed Rana Plaza building in 2013. Photo: EPA

Bangladesh factory safety monitors introduced after deadly Rana Plaza disaster given court extension

  • Factory owners had been lobbying for the monitors to leave, arguing that the programme’s five-year mandate had expired
  • But global clothing brands took the issue to the country’s Supreme Court and won

Topic |   Bangladesh
Rescuers at the collapsed Rana Plaza building in 2013. Photo: EPARescuers at the collapsed Rana Plaza building in 2013. Photo: EPA
Rescuers at the collapsed Rana Plaza building in 2013. Photo: EPA
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