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Rana Plaza: Workplace Safety in Bangladesh (B) 

Rana Plaza: Workplace Safety in Bangladesh (B)
Rana Plaza: Workplace Safety in Bangladesh (B)

John A. Quelch

and Margaret L. Rodriguez

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date: 22 October 2020

Several forces are increasing the voices of individuals in shaping health care policy. Smart phones enable multiple health care apps, hopefully increasing consumer responsibility for their own health. Workplace safety issues in developing economies are motivating the buyers of products made in unsafe factories to press the brand-owners to take action. And individual consumer interest in drug innovation and availability is even affecting public policy thinking about drug company mergers and acquisitions.

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