Industrial Riots Reveal Bangladesh’s Crisis of Governance

Between May 20 and 24, the South Asian country of Bangladesh underwent the most severe and widespread industrial rioting in its history, as workers in its booming textile export industry torched 16 factories, ransacked 300 more and went on a general rampage, destroying cars, blocking roads, intimidating perceived adversaries and looting. (Read the rest of this long article on today’s PINR, the power and interest news report).

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