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Bangladesh garment exports rebound from coronavirus crisis

Over 4,500 garment factories of Bangladesh employ more than four million workers -- about two-thirds of them women -- and hundreds of thousands were laid off

In this photograph taken on 29 August 2020, Bangladeshi labourers work in a garment factory in Gazipur

RMG industry gets only 35pc production capacity booked: BGMEA

A recent survey has found that only 35 per cent production capacity in the RMG industry has been booked, leaving the remaining 65 per cent empty for the consolidated period of July-December 2020, ...

RMG industry gets only 35pc production capacity booked: BGMEA

No announcement made on layoffs: BGMEA

Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) on Saturday said its president Rubana Huq did not “announce” anything about job cuts in the industry from June - although it was not ...

BGMEA president Rubana Huq

BGMEA president urged to withdraw ‘anti-worker’ statement

The leaders of Bangladesh Confederation of Labour (BCL) on Friday said the national disaster caused by the coronavirus pandemic will be intensified if the owners start laying off readymade garment ...

BGMEA president Rubana Huq

RMG workers to be laid off: BGMEA president

The layoff of workers in the garment industry which has begun after the Eid holidays is an unfortunate reality, said Rubana Huq, president of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters ...

Rubana Huq

BGMEA identifies 55 COVID-19 positive, suspected cases in factories

Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) has identified 55 cases of coronavirus including some suspected cases in different factories in Gazipur, Ashulia, Savar and Dhaka

BGMEA identifies 55 COVID-19 positive, suspected cases in factories

BGMEA requests members not to fire workers in May

BGMEA has requested all of its members not to retrench any worker in May.

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Reopening factories a premature decision: Experts

As owners have started reopening some of their readymade garment factories amid the growing coronavirus cases, health experts said such a ‘premature’ step may trigger a deadly outbreak of the ...

Bangladeshi garment workers make protective suit at a factory amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 31 March 2020

Over 50 RMG factories reopen in Narayanganj

Over 50 garment factories reopened in Narayanganj, a hotspot of the COVID-19 infection, on Sunday, reports UNB.

Over 50 RMG factories reopen in  Narayanganj

BGMEA prepares draft for running factories amid pandemic

The BGMEA also suggested making arrangements for washing hands at the entrance, spraying disinfectants on shoes and vehicles, and scanning body temperature at the gate

Bangladeshi garment workers make protective suit at a factory amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 31 March 2020
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