In this photo taken on Friday Nov. 29, 2012, Ratna Begum, a survivor of a garment factory fire, rests in her house in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Major retailers have disavowed the Bangladesh garment factory where 112 workers died in the fire last month, but the survivors of the fire have not. Factories like the one gutted on Nov. 24 are a rare lifeline in this desperately poor country, and now many of the more than 1,200 surviving employees have no work and few prospects. (AP Photo/ Ashraful Alam Tito)

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In this photo taken on Friday Nov. 29, 2012, Ratna Begum, a survivor of a garment factory fire, rests in her house in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Major retailers have disavowed the Bangladesh garment factory where 112 workers died in the fire last month, but the survivors of the fire have not. Factories like the one gutted on Nov. 24 are a rare lifeline in this desperately poor country, and now many of the more than 1,200 surviving employees have no work and few prospects. (AP Photo/ Ashraful Alam Tito)
In this photo taken on Friday Nov. 29, 2012, Ratna Begum, a survivor of a garment factory fire, rests in her house in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Major retailers have disavowed the Bangladesh garment factory where 112 workers died in the fire last month, but the survivors of the fire have not. Factories like the one gutted on Nov. 24 are a rare lifeline in this desperately poor country, and now many of the more than 1,200 surviving employees have no work and few prospects. (AP Photo/ Ashraful Alam Tito)
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