Yet ANOTHER Bangladesh garment factory caught on fire late last week. This time, the fire was reportedly set by workers angered over rumours of a colleague’s death in police firing. While there were no reports of casualties in Friday’s fire, the blaze destroyed a ten-story building at Gazipur, which is located 25 miles north of the capital, Dhaka. According to Reuters, a photographer said “burnt garments strewn on the floors bore brand names from U.S. retailers such as American Eagle Outfitters, Gap and Wal-Mart Stores, as well as clothes branded by Li and Fung, Marks and Spencer, Sears Canada, Uniqlo and Zara.” The factory, where the fire was located, was among the ten biggest in the country, said Mohammad Atiqul Islam, president the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association. He also noted that the fire could cost workers their jobs. As many as 18,000 people worked at the factory, its owner, Mosharraf Hossain, told Reuters. While this fire was reportedly started by workers, it is still an indication of how truly problematic the garment manufacturing system is in Bangladesh. Thoughts?