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Robots threatens Bangladeshi garment workers

By AlJazeera
25 February 2017   |   12:32 pm
Robots are threatening jobs in many industries, including the clothing business. Some of the biggest factories are in Bangladesh, and many workers are on strike demanding higher pay.

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