News Summary: Bangladeshi garment workers struggle

News Summary: Many Bangladeshi garment workers live hand-to-mouth from low wages

RAGS, NOT RICHES: Wages for Bangladeshi garment workers are so low they can find themselves struggling to eat, let alone save.

CHANGING ROOM: The government agreed last month to set up a committee to look into raising the minimum wage of $38 a month.

BURNING ISSUES: Since a November factory fire that killed 112 people and the April collapse of a factory that killed 1,129 people, Bangladesh's garment industry has been under increased pressure from workers and activists to raise wages and improve working conditions.