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Long Way to Go in Reform of Bangladesh’s Garment Industry

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Josna Akhtar, 19, was lucky to survive the collapse of Rana Plaza that killed more than 1,100 fellow...

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Almost a year has passed since a Bangladeshi factory collapsed, killing more than 1,100 garment workers and injuring 2,500 others. What has been done in that country and by the international garment industry to make the factories there safer? And how have the victims and their families been compensated? Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro returns to Bangladesh to find out.

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