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Published on Friday, 05 March 2010

Bangladeshi committees to monitor labour unrest

Written by Stacey Dove

Bangladesh flagDhaka - On the 4 March, the Bangladeshi government decided to form eight committees in order to reduce frequent labour unrest in the country's readymade garment factories.

Local Banglashi newspaper Daily Star reports that the committees - two in Narayanganj, two in Gazipur, and one in Ashulia, Tongi, Savar and the EPZ area - will be operated under the Crisis Management Cell of the ministry. The joint secretary of the ministry's labour wing will head these bodies.


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