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Episode 503: Adding Up The Cost Of The Planet Money T-Shirt
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Episode 502: The Afterlife Of A T-Shirt
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We Found This 20-Year-Old T-Shirt In Kenya. The Internet Found The Original Owner
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The Hansa Kirkenes carried all 6,078 of the Planet Money women's T-shirts from Cartagena, Colombia, to Miami. Eric Helton for NPR hide caption

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Episode 501: A Shirt, A Meat Grinder And The Book Of Everything
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Episode 500: The Humble Innovation At The Heart Of The Global Economy
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The Giant Book That Creates And Destroys Entire Industries
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There are more than 4,000 garment factories in Bangladesh. One way or another, most of them trace their lineage to Abdul Majid Chowdhury, Noorul Quader and the 128 Bangladeshis who traveled to Korea 30 years ago. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Nixon And Kimchi: How The Garment Industry Came To Bangladesh
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Noreli Morales (right) works on the Planet Money women's T-shirt at a factory in Medellin, Colombia. Joshua Davis for NPR hide caption

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'Our Industry Follows Poverty': Success Threatens A T-Shirt Business
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Episode 499: Richard Nixon, Kimchi And The First Clothing Factory In Bangladesh
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Minu (left) and her younger sister Shumi (right) worked on the Planet Money men's t-shirt. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Episode 497: Love, Betrayal And The Planet Money T-Shirt
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Episode 484: Inside The T-Shirt Factory
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