Friday, May 17, 2013

Of course they will not

Stunned, I'm sure.

Wal-Mart Stores said it won’t accept an agreement “at this time” to improve fire and building safety in Bangladesh that is supported by labor monitoring groups and was signed by several retailers this week.


Part of a shoe factory has collapsed in Cambodia, leaving at least two people dead, officials say.

The concrete roof at the factory in Kampong Speu province, west of Phnom Penh, crashed on to employees as they were working, a police spokesman said.

At least six people were injured, police said. Rescue workers combed through the rubble for several hours before finishing operations.


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StonyPillow said...

Always dead workers. Always.

dpjbro said...

WalMart and Target gotta' do some Paki-bashing to show they won't stand for none of that regulation shit.

Next thing you know the proles will want decent pay and maybe even unions. And that will never do. We have standards you know.

pansypoo said...

walmart is gonna find a cheaper way.