A report released Friday by Mark Anner, director of Pennsylvania State University’s Heart for World Workers’ Rights, states the coronavirus disaster has resulted in tens of millions of factory personnel, mostly females from rural spots, staying sent property with no the wages or severance pay they are owed.
About 4.one million people today operate in apparel factories in Bangladesh, the world’s No. two garment exporter soon after China. The South Asian place is just beginning to experience the immediate affect of the pandemic. But the shocks to its export markets have been cascading into its financial system for months.
The disruptions from the virus outbreak