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Published on Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Labour unrest winding down?

Written by Stacey Dove

Dhaka - A day after the violent clashes which left 4 people dead and 200 others injured, production has resumed in 3 out of 5 RMG units in Dhaka and 2 out of 13 in Chittagong. The protesters are returning to work after factory owners assured them of full benefits from the new pay scale and paying out the oustanding wages for November.


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