Bangladesh's Garment Factories Crippled by Political Strife - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The political crisis in Bangladesh caused by a bitter rivalry between the two main parties is taking its toll on the country's 22-billion dollar garment industry. Factories such as Ananta, which hires 7,000 workers and supplies garments for Gap, H&M and Walmart - are seeing orders drop by about 25 percent. Supply chains are also hit by strikes and roadblocks instigated by opposition activists - which have halted delivery trucks.



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