It has been a month since a huge building collapsed in Dhaka killing garment workers. A Bangladeshi government inquiry has found that poor quality construction materials and building code violations were among the "series of irregularities" that caused the collapse.
More than 1,100 people were killed and more than 2,500 injured after the eight-storey Rana Plaza factory building near Dhaka, Bangladesh collapsed on April 24.
Business Editor Laura Kuenssberg has been in Dhaka to see the site of the collapse and examine the garment industry in Bangladesh.
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In the next few months, the government will introduce a policy requiring British companies to do more to respect human rights overseas.
During Dhaka’s morning rush hour we saw thousands of workers on the way to their factories.The buildings line a city of 10 million people.
The company will provide immediate financial assistance to all victims of the Rana Plaza disaster, and a long term compensation package.