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Today, the Obama Administration will suspend Bangladesh's "special trade privileges," which allow it to export specific products to the United States duty-free. MSNBC has called it "a slap on the wrist" and Institute for Global Labor and Human Rights executive director Charles Kernaghan said, "It's only symbolic. It's not very much money, but someone had to put the line down and say enough is enough." [MSNBC]