Bangladesh's Garment Factories Crippled by Political Strife
January 8, 2014
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Political tension in Bangladesh is squeezing its $22-billion garment industry. Orders from global retailers have dropped, as they worry about unrest and disruptions to supply chains. Michaela Cabrera reports.
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