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BANGLADESH GARMENT WORKERS
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Injured workers, like Sumaya, who left Nischintapur soon after the fire were never accounted for. Many workers who are now developing symptoms either do not associate them with the fire, or are unable to prove it in order to obtain compensation.
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The governments in Pakistan and Bangladesh will not do anything to address the problem either. Perhaps the real power lies with the Western customers who need to make informed choices while purchasing a t-shirt or a jersey from a popular retail outlet.
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