Case Study: Rana Plaza

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What occurred in Rana Plaza was horrible and unethical. I am amazed it’s not illegal. People’s life should not be endangered just so companies can make a profit and get clothes at a cheaper price. What had occurred at Rana Plaza, a textile industry, was that employees were not only exploited, but put to work in hazardous conditions. The woman who was responsible for the safety conditions was never told to report papers that showed the conditions of the building. Owners of textile factories and the companies ordering clothing from these factories are both responsible for being unethical. The Rana Plaza owner, for one, went beyond the legal limits of building size. He had created an 8 level building that was meant to hold only offices, not heavy

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