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Foreign Buyers Now Want ‘One-Stop Print And Printing Solution’.

By   /  January 5, 2017  /  Chemicals & Dyes, Enewsletter  /  No Comments

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Foreign buyers now expect to have all types of print and printing solution from the same place with in a short span of time, said a top apparel sector leader.

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Bangladesh Can Become No. 1 Apparel Exporter in a Decade.

By   /  October 21, 2016  /  Apparel & Fashion, Enewsletter  /  No Comments

Dhaka, Bangladesh – The Daily Star reports that Bangladesh could become the world’s top exporter of garments in a decade as China is gradually moving away from its long-held supremacy over the manufacture of low-end apparel, analysts said.

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US Cotton Exporters Look to Double Trade with Bangladesh.

By   /  July 29, 2016  /  Cotton News, Enewsletter, Other Textile News  /  No Comments

United States / Bangladesh – The Daily Star reports that the US wants to double its cotton exports to Bangladesh over the next five years, said senior officials of the Cotton Council International or CCI.

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Bangladesh can create Millions of jobs in RMG Sector: WB Study.

By   /  May 4, 2016  /  Apparel & Fashion, Enewsletter, Featured News  /  No Comments

Dhaka, Bangladesh – The Daily Star reports that according to a new study by the World Bank (WB), Bangladesh can create millions of jobs for garment workers through improving the productivity and social and  environmental compliance.

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ADB Loan to Bangladesh Bank to Support Garment Industry Safeguards.

By   /  May 4, 2016  /  Apparel & Fashion, Enewsletter, Featured News  /  No Comments

Dhaka, Bangladesh – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed the loan agreement with BRAC Bank under the $30 million loan facility approved by ADB’s Board, which will be used to finance the construction and upgrade of ready-made garment factories in Bangladesh that have taken steps to

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91 Percent of Nordic Cos in Bangladesh Want to Expand Business: Survey.

By   /  April 5, 2016  /  Apparel & Fashion  /  No Comments

Dhaka, Bangladesh – NewAge reports that around 91 per cent of Nordic companies doing business in Bangladesh are contemplating to increase their activities in Bangladesh in the next three years, according to a survey report.

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Especially Committed Bangladeshi Companies Receive the STeP by OEKO-TEX® Certificate for Sustainable Textile Production.

By   /  March 29, 2016  /  Enewsletter, Sustainable / Eco Textiles  /  No Comments

Bangladesh / Germany – Textiles and clothing are the leading industry of Bangladesh. For Bangladeshi companies, sustainability is often key to position themselves

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US Urged to Allow Duty-Free Access of Bangladesh Products.

By   /  March 22, 2016  /  Other Textile News  /  No Comments

United States / Bangladesh – Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha reports that Bangladesh Ambassador to the United States Mohammad Ziauddin has urged the US government to allow Duty Free and Quota Free (DFQF) access of Bangladeshi products especially the ready-made garments to the US markets.

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Bangladesh’s Benefits from India Eroded by Countervailing Duties.

By   /  March 22, 2016  /  Other Textile News  /  No Comments

India / Bangladesh – Bangladesh’s garment exporters cannot enjoy the zero duty benefits provided by India due to the presence of countervailing duty (CVD) and other non-tariff barriers, Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed said. India has started giving Bangladesh the duty-free benefit

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H&M to Buy More Garment Items from Bangladesh.

By   /  March 14, 2016  /  Apparel & Fashion  /  No Comments

Sweden / Bangladesh – Daily Star reports that Swedish retail giant H&M will increase the volume of work orders for garment items from Bangladesh although the company is looking for alternative destinations for sourcing, a senior official of the company said.“H&M has maintained good relations with Bangladesh over the last 30 years.

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