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Globalization Timeline

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Symone Smith

on 3 June 2013

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Most Recent Less Recent Was founded in 1984 by Don Chang, a Korean immigrant. The store was originally name "Fashion 21" In 2011, Forever 21 was sued for copyright infringement by Anna Sui, Diane von Furstenberg and Anthropolgie . In 2012, a lawsuit alleged that workers in California were required to work without compensation and proper meal breaks. If working conditions here are unfavorable imagine the conditions of Forever 21 workers in Bangladesh. On April 23, 2013 a large factory in Bangladesh collapsed killing at least 123 workers. On May 9 2013 another factory in Bangladesh was set ablaze making the total about of deaths since the collapse 900. Since the beginning of time the textile and clothing industry has been the single source of economic growth in Bangladesh. The first European Forever 21 was opened in Ireland on November 10, 2010. On August 24,2012 the first Forever 21 in Latin America was opened in Bogotá, Colombia. Over 500 people have died since 2006 in garment factory fires. (As of 2012) 100 more killed in garment factory fire in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In December 2010, a wiring problem led to a fire in another clothes factory in the same industrial zone, leaving at least 25 people dead.
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