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DHAKA - Garment workers in Bangladesh are staging protests in industrial areas calling for ration cards because they say their wages are not sufficient to pay for food and other basic needs.

The minimum wage for the country's garment workers increased by 56% last November to BDT 12,500 ($106) a month after violent protests left four workers dead.

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