Widow of Bangladeshi ship-breaking worker free to sue UK-based firm

Jul 16 2020


A Bangladeshi woman whose husband died while dismantling an oil tanker at a ship-breaking yard in 2018 can file a negligence claim against a British company involved in the vessel’s sale.

         

Reuters


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