Rana Plaza disaster
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Very interesting thought experiment from the Harvard Business Review, based on the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh, which asks the following question: in the wake of a factory collapse that kills thousands of workers, should an apparel retailer continue to source its goods from the country? The article includes some answers from supply chain experts debating the moral duty of western companies to workers. Thought-provoking.

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