- December 15, 2017
Our RMG industry appears to be in a rut, but there are several ways out
The World Economic Forum shared a video on Wednesday stating that Bangladesh’s economy has grown at an average of 6%
Bangladesh’s apparel industry has to move on with the progress made so far in terms of safety standards to build self-monitoring capacity in course of time.
Businesses and experts have said a long-term stable policy is the order of the day for business viability and sustainable growth of Bangladesh’s RMG sector.
Protests have taken place in 16 cities including Berlin, Geneva, London, Brussels, The Hague, Washington DC, New York, Ottawa, Kathmandu, and Seoul.
The winter edition of the Dhaka International Yarn and Fabric Show (DIFS) 2017 is set to begin on February 15 in the capital.
The Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety has vowed to help Bangladesh’s garment industry become one of the safest in the world by 2018.
As worker protests mount in Ashulia, 55 RMG factory owners have announced shutting down their factories.
Workers urged to the BGMEA and the government to accept their demands.
Speakers at a seminar in Dhaka on Tuesday opined that the ready-made garment (RMG) sector in Bangladesh is ready up for technology-led transformation and building competitive advantage.
The struggle for labour rights in Bangladesh