NGO: Bangladesh ignores scrapping rules

The government in Bangladesh is not complying with its own laws or the clear orders of the country's supreme court about responsible scrapping, claims NGO.

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The government in Bangladesh is doing far too little to protect both the employees and the environment in the country's enormous scrapping industry, says the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, which works from its Brussels offices to improve the conditions of the much-discusses industry.

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