- December 15, 2017
Yes, there are challenges ahead, but if we keep in our hearts the values we so passionately fought for 46 years ago, we can and will succeed in the future
Bangladesh is full of potential, and we need to make it easy for businesses to grow and expand
In order to improve workplace skills to enhance productivity, RMG stake-holders and the government should cooperate on creating vocational training programs
‘Only 0.40% of the garment workers can save some money while 99.60 percent have no savings’
Are we ready for the next phase of industrialisation?
Why do we remain such a small fish in the big global pond?
Bangladesh exported denim products worth $699 million (€603 million) to the EU in the first six months of 2017
‘To enter into the value added products, especially in denim products, Bangladesh needs more promotion and patronisation of research, development and innovation’
The more variation in the designs, the more price for our products. To remain competitive in the global market, Bangladesh has to concentrate on design development and innovation
Since the tragic day when Rana Plaza collapsed four years ago, Bangladesh has made great strides in ensuring worker safety as a principle in the RMG industry
Four years after the worst industrial disaster in the history of Bangladesh, RMG factories have come a long way in safety issues but workers’ rights still seem to be taking a back seat
Though the business termination has apparently caused a decline in the number of work orders, foreign buyers will ultimately depend on Bangladesh as we sell quality products at affordable prices
The accord was signed to establish a fire and building safety programme for workers in the texttile industry
Given that Chittagong port has so much on its plate, it is of the utmost urgency that a new port is developed on a priority basis
Between January and August of this year, Bangladesh’s RMG exports to the US reduced by 5.64%, dropping to $3.5 billion from $3.71 billion during the corresponding period last year
The agreement was created in the immediate aftermath of the Rana Plaza collapse
Bangladesh has all the ingredients to turn into an exporting powerhouse. Let us seize this opportunity
Our power minister rightly pointed out that the RMG sector must contribute to the development of power infrastructure if it wishes to benefit from it
With the IT sector promising more jobs, we are on the right track.
Coordinated action can stave off shrinking margins and boost RMG exports, which will then generate the funds to invest in power