Bangladesh says it now meets conditions put forward by the US for better safety and workers' rights in its factories. Trade restrictions were put in place two years ago after two disasters killed some 1,200 workers.
Trade union members in Bangladesh describe poor working conditions in garment factories. Laborers are reluctant to join trade unions as they fear repercussions.
Four years ago, the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed, killing over 1,000 people. Working conditions have improved somewhat, but employees want higher wages after a freeze for several years.
Four years ago the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed, killing 1,100 people. Working conditions have improved since then, but wages have not. Maria Zimmerman reports from Dhaka.
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