An excellent article as a follow-up from the Bangladesh manufacturing plant collapse. Some call it business, others call it the price of progress. But, we in the west continue to enjoy cheap prices for clothing, toys, other plastic goods and, yes, electronics, all on the backs of poor people in developing countries who will do just about anything to earn wages – even when they are starvation wages.
Read it here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2013/06/14/f-vp-ormiston.html There is also a video on the CBC page..
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