Bangladesh to allow unions to form without bosses' permission
Workers' rights in Bangladesh have come under the spotlight after the collapse of a factory that killed 1,127 people.
Amazingly a young woman was pulled out alive a few days ago, surviving 17 days under the rubble.
Bangladesh is the world's third-biggest exporter of clothes, after China and Italy, and its millions of garment workers typically earn less than $40 a month.
This new agreement, however, appears to grant workers more freedom.
But the director of the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights, Charlie Kernaghan, says he is more sceptical.
Presenter: Liam Cochrane
Speaker: Charlie Kernaghan, Director of the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights