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OP-ED: A bad year for RMG

OP-ED: A bad year for RMG

Tazrian Alam

Wed, Sep 9 2020

Can the sector bounce back?

Survey: 25% garment workers spent savings...

'25% RMG workers spent savings to survive...

Business

Mon, Sep 7 2020

18% borrowed money and 9% relied on extended family assistance to survive

Post-Covid: Bangladesh seeks UK’s GSP...

Post-Covid: Bangladesh seeks UK’s GSP...

Business

Sat, Aug 29 2020

Dhaka also needs access to vaccines, Bangladesh high commissioner in London tells All-Party Parliamentary...

OP-ED: How capitalism empowers...

OP-ED: How capitalism empowers...

Tim Worstall

Sat, Aug 15 2020

It is women who have been hit hardest by the absence of trade

ED: Evolve or be left behind

ED: Evolve or be left behind

Editorial

Sat, Aug 15 2020

Our RMG sector risks being left behind and becoming obsolete if it cannot match the pace of...

ED: Exports give hope

ED: Exports give hope

Editorial

Wed, Aug 5 2020

What is perhaps reason for more encouragement is that this increase in export earnings was not primarily...

Bangladesh's share in global clothing...

Bangladesh's share in global clothing...

Business

Wed, Aug 5 2020

In 2018, Bangladesh’s market share dipped to 6.4% from 6.5% in 2017

ED: Steadying the ship

ED: Steadying the ship

Editorial

Wed, Jul 22 2020

Bangladesh has, for far too long, relied on a singular export sector

How fashion companies abandoned RMG...

How fashion companies abandoned RMG...

It’s about time the big buyers were held accountable

OP-ED: Starvation or disease

OP-ED: Starvation or disease

The Conversation UK

Mon, Jul 20 2020

There appears to be no regard for RMG workers

State Minister: Pay RMG workers' Eid...

State Minister: Pay RMG workers' Eid...

Business

Mon, Jul 20 2020

She made the call at the 65th meeting of Tripartite Consultative Council (TCC) in the city

OP-ED: What of the RMG workers?

OP-ED: What of the RMG workers?

Arunima Dutta Tushi

Sun, Jul 5 2020

The unexpected unemployment is wreaking havoc on their lives

Children of jute mill workers join sit-in...

Children of jute mill workers join sit-in...

Nation

Mon, Jun 29 2020

The workers also threatened to go for a hunger strike program in front of their respective mills if their...

OP-ED: A boom in Bangladesh

OP-ED: A boom in Bangladesh

Ajeyo Rohitashwo Al Quazi

Sat, Jun 27 2020

What does Bangladesh’s future look like?

ED: Retailers should hold up their end...

ED: Retailers should hold up their end...

Editorial

Fri, Jun 26 2020

These retailers must be held accountable for the orders they had placed

Apparel retailer Global Brands Group...

Apparel retailer Global Brands Group...

Business

Fri, Jun 26 2020

Unethical buying practices worst nightmare for apparel workers

OP-ED: A litmus test

OP-ED: A litmus test

Mazher Mir

Fri, Jun 19 2020

Bangladesh is in dire need of leadership and good global partners

'We need to champion slow, conscious...

'We need to champion slow, conscious...

D2

Mon, Jun 15 2020

FDCB’s Adopt an Artisan aims at protecting cultural heritage

OP-ED: Will the future be better for...

OP-ED: Will the future be better for...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Sat, Jun 13 2020

As things stand, exploitative practices will continue to be validated by buyers and manufacturers

OP-ED: A question of ethics

OP-ED: A question of ethics

Nabeel Khan

Mon, Jun 1 2020

Is it only the suppliers’ responsibility to maintain standards?

Is RMG ready for the future?

Is RMG ready for the future?

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Sun, May 24 2020

No matter the future, Bangladesh needs to diversify its economy