Five years after more than a thousand people were killed when a poorly-built Bangladesh clothing factory collapsed on top of its workforce, a study has found nearly half the country’s factories still pose life-threatening risks.
The collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh killed 1,129 people, ranking among the world’s worst industrial accidents and spurred retailers and clothing brands to improve safety standards at suppliers.
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