'I can tell you that from the US government perspective, one of the things that we’re looking...
Bangladesh is the world’s second-largest apparel producer after China, but its industry leaders...
About 40% of workers furloughed or laid off by the Covid-19 crisis were not back at work by the third...
Appreciating the active business relations between the two countries, both sides agreed to work closely...
Ensuring the access to nutritious and safe food for the workers can ensure utilization of full potential...
Can the sector bounce back?
18% borrowed money and 9% relied on extended family assistance to survive
Dhaka also needs access to vaccines, Bangladesh high commissioner in London tells All-Party Parliamentary...
It is women who have been hit hardest by the absence of trade
Our RMG sector risks being left behind and becoming obsolete if it cannot match the pace of...
What is perhaps reason for more encouragement is that this increase in export earnings was not primarily...
In 2018, Bangladesh’s market share dipped to 6.4% from 6.5% in 2017
Bangladesh has, for far too long, relied on a singular export sector
It’s about time the big buyers were held accountable
There appears to be no regard for RMG workers
She made the call at the 65th meeting of Tripartite Consultative Council (TCC) in the city
The unexpected unemployment is wreaking havoc on their lives
The workers also threatened to go for a hunger strike program in front of their respective mills if their...
What does Bangladesh’s future look like?
These retailers must be held accountable for the orders they had placed
Unethical buying practices worst nightmare for apparel workers
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