Bangladesh: the role of U.S. universities and student solidarity : ending the race to the bottom : a report
National Labor Committee, 2001 - Business & Economics - 56 pages
Aftermath of September 11, 2001 has caused a recession in the U.S. resulting in the shut down of garment factories in Bangladesh, displacing thousands of women workers. Discusses abuse of labor force and idea that multinational corporations should stay in Bangladesh to keep people employed and not use them as a contingency workforce.
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