Associated Press

01 December 2012

A fire in a Bangladesh clothing factory that killed 112 workers also revealed an increasingly complex supply chain to an ordinarily unaware American public, according to an Associated Press article. “A lot of people go into the store and see ‘Made in China’ or Bangladesh or India or whatever and it’s almost like this magical thing, that somebody said I want to make some shirts and it shows up the next day,” said Vinod Rangarajan, a Kurt Salmon retail strategist, in the article. “But it is a lot more involved than people would imagine.”

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