ZARA- Zara is a Spanish apparel retailer based in Galicia, Spain which specializes in fast fashion. The retailer carries numerous products, including clothing, accessories, shoes, and beauty/perfume. It is the largest company in the Inditex group, a multinational clothing company. Zara produces over 20 clothing collections every year. In 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain, Inditex closed down 3000 stores in order to allocate its resources to making hospital gowns, masks, and flew in millions of dollars worth of medical supplies from China. Not only that, Zara’s founder, Amancio Ortega, made sure that Zara’s Spanish employees received their full salaries during the crisis, which in turn, brought him positive publicity in Spain. However, Ortega’s generosity and concern for Zara’s workers stopped at the borders of Spain. As Ortega was being praised for his notable acts in Spain, nearly 600 workers at Zara’s two Myanmar factories were laid off when they asked to be supplied with durable masks and for social distancing to be introduced to protect them from the coronavirus. One of the factories went as far as firing every single member of a workers’ union. Furthermore, Zara had also canceled US$109 million worth of orders from suppliers in Bangladesh. The numerous supply order cancellations left over a million garment workers unemployed during the COVID pandemic. Analysis Question- Using this MNC as your focus, conduct an analysis of the management structure and challenges of the firm within a particular country (Bangladesh). Here you should focus on the legal/regulatory, and managerial issues that the company has encountered while working in that particular country or region (Bangladesh).