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Retailers called to task on Bangladesh factories MP3

It's being alleged that two months after a factory disaster in Bangladesh killed more than 1000 people, Australian retailers are still sourcing clothes from facilities which have poor working conditions. Tonight's 4 Corners program reveals that several major Australian retailers have been buying clothes from factories where workers are paid as little as $2 a day, and face abuse from managers to meet deadlines. Oxfam ... Source: abc.net.au

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