By Tom Watkins / Produced by Claire Calzonetti, CNN
Bangladesh's prime minister acknowledged Thursday that her nation's garment industry is beset with problems, but said her government was moving rapidly to fix them.
"Bangladesh now is a place for good conditions for the investment," Sheikh Hasina told CNN's Christiane Amanpour eight days after a nine-story building collapsed on the outskirts of Dhaka, killing at least 437 people, most of them garment workers. She said 2,437 survivors were pulled from the rubble, where recovery work was continuing.
"Yes, there are some problems," she said, but added that a committee has been formed to ensure the safety of buildings and workers. FULL POST
Christiane Amanpour asks Bangladeshi Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina for journalist visas so that CNN can report on the tragic building collapse that killed more than 400 people.