A garment workers seek to recover cloth from collapsed building
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'Made in Bangladesh' label at stake in $20bn industry

Global clothing retailers face a looming 15 May deadline to sign a legally binding agreement aimed at improving safety standards at garment factories in Bangladesh.

The move follows the recent collapse of a garment factory which killed more than 1,100 factory workers.

Companies such as Britain's Primark and Sweden's H&M have agreed to help with rebuilding efforts following the tragedy.

The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder asks will the 'Made in Bangladesh' label ever be the same again?

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