Seven Chinese People Die Inside An Illegal Garment Factory

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A clothing label with the inscription 'made in italy' is seen on the... News PhotoBurnt,Business,Clothing,Corporate Business,Death,Engraved Image,Factory,Finance,Fire - Natural Phenomenon,Horizontal,Italy,Label,Occupation,TextPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Laura LezzaPRATO, ITALY - DECEMBER 04: A clothing label with the inscription 'made in italy' is seen on the ground next to the clothing factory after the fire where seven Chinese workers died burned alive on December 4, 2013 in Prato, Italy. Last sunday seven people died and three were injured when a Chinese clothing factory in the industrial district of the Italian town of Prato in Tuscany burned down, killing the workers trapped in the dormitory built in there. Chinese workers sleep, eat, live and work in the same factory all day. In Prato, Chinese companies are over 5,000 and almost none of them is in compliance with the law and workers working 16 hours of day and night,for one euro per hour. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)