Fire in Dhaka 'troubles' Walmart

Fire in Dhaka 'troubles' Walmart

Dhāka : Bangladesh | Nov 26, 2012 at 6:17 PM PST
Source: BBC
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Bangladesh factory fire 'troubles' Walmart Witnesses say workers were trapped in the factory building after the fire broke out US retailer Walmart says it is troubled that a supplier subcontracted work without authorisation to a factory hit by a lethal fire in Bangladesh. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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