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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Is the Garment Industry Working to Improve Conditions?

  • Aired: 05/10/2013
  • 05:08
  • Rating: NR
The garment factory disaster in Bangladesh has raised concern about the conditions of factories abroad. Ray Suarez talks with Steven Greenhouse of The New York Times about consequences for the owner of the factory and Bangladesh's safety standards, as well as what's being done by Western retailers to improve working conditions.
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