By  on October 12, 2016

WASHINGTON — The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety said it has suspended operations with another seven factories, five of which were cited for failing to remove lockable exits.

“Any factory that is unwilling or unable to make progress on the repairs required to meet our safety standards is removed from our list of Alliance-compliant factories, without exception,” said Jim Moriarty, former U.S. ambassador to Bangladesh and Alliance country director. “Ensuring the safety of workers in Alliance-affiliated factories is our highest priority.”

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