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U.S. urges safety transformation in Bangladesh factories

Rescue workers in Bangladesh carry away another body from the scene of a collapsed garment factory last month. The tragedy - the world's deadliest industrial disaster since Bhopal in 1984 - left more than 1100 people dead. It was the latest in a series of deadly incidents at factories in Bangladesh and has cast a global spotlight on the country's industry safety standards. On Monday, U.S Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman told a news conference in Dhaka that key players should work together to transform the industry. (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR POLITICAL AFFAIRSWENDY R. SHERMAN, SAYING: "This is the moment that the government in the lead, along with the business sector, labour and consumers, with support from the international community can really make a difference and ensure that the very strong brand that is Bangladesh will continue forever - and even get better." Sherman, who is meeting with a n

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