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Preventing Another Rana Plaza: A Model for Holding Corporations Accountable

Preventing Another Rana Plaza: A Model for Holding Corporations Accountable The roof collapsed, trapping thousands of workers for days. The world watched, in horror, as rescue crews scrambled to pull working people out of the debris. When the search was over, 1,134 had died and approximately 2,500 were injured. This tragic incident occurred on April 24, 2013, in Dhaka District, Bangladesh.
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